Jul 05

Nadine: Auschwitz

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There were a lot of things in Krakow and one of those things is Auschwitz, which was not a very happy place, but it was very interesting. The places that the people lived and suffered in were the opposite of lugjerious, they had straw mattresses that were on the the floor or on three bed bunk beds, and the bunk beds wiggled around a lot, so if you were on the second or third bed, you would fall off every once in a while. That was not the worst thing about Auschwitz, they would put a lot of people in very small rooms with out food or water for days, and that was how a lot of them died, but there are two other ways that happened a lot, and they are getting beaten to death or being gassed in the gas chambers, where you would be put in a large room with a lot of other people, and the room was filled with shower nozils that the gas would come out of. The people in Auschwitz would also be shot on the spot if they did not follow directions when they were working, for the people there had to work all day every day, and they did not get much to eat and drink, so they were not very healthy which made it hard to do work. This was a horrible place where many people were killed, and tortured.

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6 Responses to “Nadine: Auschwitz”

  1. From Ione:

    Wow sounds TERRIBLE!!!!! And just really sad!!! I just found your web site so COOL!!!

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 12:03 am #
  2. From Vivien Carson:

    What a tragic place to visit. You read The Diary of Anne Frank, didn’t you? Places like Auschwitz remind us that those events must never be repeated. That’s why history is so important, so we learn from the past!

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 2:48 am #
    • From Me, nadine:

      I may of not read Anne Frank, and it was only the traditional food that was not quite so tasty in Sweden.

      Posted on July 11, 2013 at 8:02 am #
  3. From Sidney Brammer:

    Nadiny Weeny – I’m so impressed by your observations of Auschwitz! I’m so glad you’re seeing some of the most serious and historic sites of European history, not just the fun places (though Tivoli Gardens looks way cool). How cool to have this site, so we can follow your travels! Looking forward to reading more! love, your Aunt Sidney.

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 3:44 am #
  4. From tim:

    Nice summary Nadine. You learned more visiting the site than any textbook could ever teach you.

    Have fun in Paris.

    Posted on July 11, 2013 at 1:08 pm #
  5. From Omi & Opi Sauer:

    Hey Pricilla,
    Aunt Ann left a book here for you to read about Auschwitz written by a girl who was in several concentration camps. She was your age. I’m glad you were able to see a very unhappy place. Remember it. Love ya, O.

    Posted on August 11, 2013 at 2:01 am #

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