Auschwitz - Stock Image

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Caption

Oswiecim, Poland - August 15, 2012: Auschwitz II-Birkenau, a former Nazi extermination camp. Most barracks in Auschwitz Birkenau are gone, chimneys are all that's left.

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Auschwitz was the biggest nazi concentration camp in Europe during World War II. More than 1,100,000 men, women, and children lost their lives here.
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