A museum in Poland has announced publication of the photographs in 1944 and at the present time the Jewish concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Nazi.
Auschwitz was the largest camp in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. The camp is located in Poland and is named after the nearby city of Oświęcim, a 50km west of Krakow, 286km from the capital Warsaw.During the Nazi occupation of Poland from 1939, Oświęcim was incorporated into Germany and renamed Auschwitz.
Area camps combinations include three main camps: Auschwitz I - the administrative center; Auschwitz II (Birkenau) - destroy the camp, and Auschwitz III (Monowitz) - labor camps.
Concentration camps in Nazi Auschwitz-Birkenau is a trace record of brutal murder and suffering in human history, where the massacre occurred, terrorism horrible and most corrupt European culture period.
After the invasion of Poland on 01/09/1939, Nazi Germany should immediately set up concentration camps in the areas they occupied. Auschwitz began to be used on 14.06.1940, 27.01.1945 and until the new release date. At this concentration camp, Nazi German troops massacred more than a million Jews, 150,000 Poles, 15,000 Soviet prisoners of war and tens of thousands of people from many countries. Among them, there are many talented people have been killed, including the religious Jewish Poles.
Here are new pictures are published, comparing chaos of the scene in 1944 with the peace of the present time in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
A new edition of the National Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland has exhibited photographs taken at camp during World War II genocide, along with the photos were taken the same position today. More than a million people, mostly Jews, were murdered in Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau during World War II.
According to BBC , the picture was a wartime member of the Nazi capture in 1944 and appeared in Auschwitz photo (or photo Lili Jacob). Image collection includes nearly 200 photos showing scenes Hungarian Jews transported to Birkenau camp, where prisoners can move the scene to the gas chambers, looting property scene, select the person executed immediately .. . The single scene is not recorded execution in the gas chambers.
Photographer of the current image is Paweł Sawicki, found himself to find the right position to reconstruct in detail the historical photos and find out how to capture the German author's pictures in 1944. "Most of the photos in the photo was taken at Auschwitz were the same height," Mr. Sawicki said.
"However, current photographic work is not to create identical copies of historical photographs. Goal is to remind viewers of what took place here. When taken from this picture into another picture I increasingly feel the strangely empty. Those who are old pictures gone. Today, they are not here only remaining places they were killed. "
"Viewers can see amazing photos with descriptions of the Jewish tragedy in 1944, compared to the photos at the same place where we can visit today. I understand photo Lili Jacob famous and well aware of the detention period Birkenau camp inmates, but the work of Pawel Sawicki made me more understanding. When I visited the camp, I saw something completely different from What I have ever seen ", Marek Zajac, secretary of the National Council of Auschwitz-Birkenau museum said.
Image files are National Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau version published in Polish and English.