Auschwitz

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History

 

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Paul D

 

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May 30, 2014

 

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[1] An unknown, but very large, number of people were killed at Auschwitz. The camp commandant, Rudolf Hoss, testifed at the Nuremberg Trials that three million had died there. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum revised this figure in 1990, and new calculations now place the figure at 1.1?1.6 million, [2][3] about 90 percent of them Jews from almost every country in Europe...
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[4] Methods of killing people at Auschwitz included, primarily, gassing with Zyklon-B; systematic starvation, lack of disease prevention, individual executions and so-called medical experiments accounted for the rest. Zyklon B (IPA: [tsyklo?n ?be?], also spelled Cyclon B) was the tradename of a cyanide-based insecticide notorious for its use by Nazi Germany to kill over one million people in the gas chambers of Auschwitz and Majdanek during the Holocaust...
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