death camp

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a concentration camp where prisoners are likely to die or be killed

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The former Nazi death camp, hidden away in woods, was opened in April 1942 in occupied Poland.
Prosecutors argue that she can be charged as an accessory because she helped the death camp function.
Prosecutors said that amounted to helping the death camp function.
This week, to mark seventy years since the Auschwitz death camp was liberated in 1944, the duo shared their experiences of the visit with fellow students, in a bid to ensure such atrocities are never forgotten.
Kurt Schrimm, head of the federal prosecutors' office in Ludwigsburg, said that an investigation of 49 guards had resulted in 30 of them being referred to state prosecutors for their roles at the biggest Nazi death camp.
Berlin: German authorities arrested a 93-year-old alleged former guard at the Nazi death camp Auschwitz on Monday on charges of complicity in the mass murder of prisoners.
On April 8th, Yom Hashoah-Holocaust Memorial Day, they will march from the entrance of Auschwitz, under the Arbeit Macht Frei("Work Will Free You") sign to the Birkenau death camp where accompanying Holocaust survivors will describe their personal stories empowering the students to become "the witnesses of the witnesses".
The special German office that investigates Nazi war crimes has recommended that prosecutors charge him with accessory to murder and extradite him to Germany for trial on suspicion of involvement in the killing of at least 344,000 Jews at the death camp in Poland.
Sulev Vedler, deputy editor of Eesti Ekspress, said the mock advert was poking fun at an Estonian gas company that recently used an image of the infamous gates to Nazi death camp Auschwitz to promote its services.
MEMBERS of England's Euro 2012 squad will visit the former Nazi death camp at Auschwitz when they travel to Poland ahead of next month's European Championship.
There were only four survivors of this death camp, and one of these is a main focus of Moscovitz' documentary: Braha Rauffmann, who as a child, escaped from Belzec and spent twenty months hiding in harsh conditions such as a cemetery, a wheat field, and a pigsty, after being secreted away by a sympathetic Polish woman.
A NAZI death camp guard convicted of the murder of 27,900 Jews died at his old people's home yesterday.
A suspected former Nazi guard has been charged in Germany with helping to murder 430,000 Jews at a death camp in Poland during the second world war, prosecutors have said.
troops of a Nazi Death Camp occurred on Passover in 1945.
Lying in three pieces, the sign will now be welded back together and restored to the main gate of the former Nazi death camp.