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16. 12. 16
posted by: José Miguel Suárez Martínez
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16. 10. 10
posted by: Testimony about the concentration camps. IES CABO DE LA HUERTA (Spain)
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Three weeks ago I was in some concentration camps, in Poland. This is the place where the Jews were prisoners. They were tortured until they died because of tiredness, hunger or thirst by the Nazis, the Nazis usually killed them without reason.

On the one hand, I liked the concentration camps because I realized the human’s cruelty and you could see and learn what happened a few years ago. I was able to put myself in the Jew's shoes and I raised awareness. On the other hand, I didn’t like it because when I was there I felt a lot of sadness because of the Jews’ death and because I imagined the Jews’ suffering. It was a bitter experience.

I think it should be kept open, because the people should realize what happened and what the Jews lived.

 

Iván San Martín Fernández

16. 10. 10
posted by: Lucía Ros. IES CABO DE LA HUERTA (Spain)
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My impression when I left Auschwitz, is that it was something incredible and very hard. I had already heard of this concentration camp, but I had never imagined that it could be so shocking and so grisly what they did to the jews, they were human beings like them. The site gave me a feeling of nerves when I knew everything they did to them. But on the other hand I think it’s a place that all people have to visit to know the situation of injustice where this innocent people lived and the mistakes that they made years ago. 

 

Lucía Ros

16. 10. 10
posted by: Enrique Hernández Carreto. IES CABO DE LA HUERTA (Spain)
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Last June, with the Erasmus + project, some students from different countries visited Poland in order to work on human rights.

In the project it was included a visit to the most famous concentration camp: Auschwitz.

There were two camps, Auschwitz and Birkenau (Auschwitz II) that were connected; the second one was built because there wasn’t enough space for all the prisoners.

In the first one we could see the belongings of the prisoners, when they arrived at the camp, all their stuff was stolen, stuff like: shoes, glasses, suitcases, prosthesis. And we also saw the death gas.

In the second one we saw where the prisoners used to work, sleep, the life conditions and gas chambers. We could see also the wagon where prisoners were moved.

It was a great experience to be there because we learnt history and what Nazis did to the prisoners during the war and we have to know the history because then we cannot repeat it.

 

Enrique Hernández Carreto

 

 

Human Rights in a European Community of Values