Auschwitz Concentration Camp - Gallery


  • Auschwitz I in winter

  • Interior of the gas chamber of Auschwitz I

  • Interior of the crematorium of Auschwitz I. This facility was much smaller than those of Auschwitz II.

  • Surreptitious photo taken by a member of the Sonderkommando, women undressed and sent to gas chamber

  • Auschwitz II-Birkenau in 2009

  • Auschwitz II-Birkenau ruins in 2009

  • Rudolf Höss (1900–1947), the first commandant of Auschwitz

  • Josef Kramer (1906–1945), Höss's first deputy

  • Block 11, execution wall seen in courtyard, through archway

  • Execution wall in Auschwitz I, between blocks 10 and 11

  • Eyeglasses of victims

  • Exhibit of shoes from the victims of Auschwitz

  • Gas chamber in Auschwitz I

  • Jews from Carpathian Ruthenia arriving at Auschwitz-Birkenau

  • Bunk beds in Auschwitz II. There were as many as four inmates per bunk. There could be as many as a thousand inmates per barrack.

  • Elisabeth Klein; one of the 86 victims in the "Jewish skeleton collection"

  • Entrance to Birkenau, 2006. Guard tower, two information boards seen on the left.

  • Israeli Defense Forces ceremony near the entrance of Auschwitz

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