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Bart Stern, born 1926, Hungary, describes deportation to Auschwicz Concerntration Camp. There are many more Personal Histories at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (link on left)
"It was a cattle car as you know, no windows, had no seats and no toilet."
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Holocaust Denial Timeline
This exhibit contrasts contemporary photographs of these two
camps, with images of what they were like 1940-45 as remembered
by artist-survivors. Much of the art was created soon after their
liberation. Their art is the only visual record of day-to-day
existence in Auschwitz/Birkenau.
Copyrights Photo credit: Spaarnestad Fotoarchief
More Nazi Persecutions, from the Anne Frank Guide (link to the left):