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An entrance gate with the words "Arbeit Macht Frei" ("Work Brings Freedom") at Dachau concentration camp.

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Ghosts of Auschwitz After spending a full day at all the 3 murder factories of Auschwitz Birkenau in 1991 I felt as if I had visited Hell. However I wish every person on this planet could experience what Hell is like, I only hope that it would cleanse bigotry, evil, and hate, from those Amerikans who love to dwell in their hate for others.

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The slogan “Work Makes You Free” is on the gate at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp memorial in Oranienburg, Germany. A third or more of the almost six million Jews killed in the Holocaust perished not in the industrial-scale murder of the camps, but in executions at what historians call killing sites: thousands of villages, quarries, forests, wells, streets and homes that dot the map of Eastern Europe.

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The slogan “Work Makes You Free” is on the gate at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp memorial in Oranienburg, Germany. A third or more of the almost six million Jews killed in the Holocaust perished not in the industrial-scale murder of the camps, but in executions at what historians call killing sites: thousands of villages, quarries, forests, wells, streets and homes that dot the map of Eastern Europe.

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