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In this way the film does exactly what the director said it would by making a bold attempt to explain what should have been beyond possible.
Uwe Boll has created a documentary designed to give today's teenagers the hint of an idea of what happened to the Jews, Gypsies and others under Nazi rule.
It is the briefest of glimpses into what happened in the Death Camps. If you are looking for something more than that which Uwe Boll said he was offering, then the list of what is missing is a long one.
However, you need to consider the challenges Uwe Boll faced in making this movie. To start with it is impossible for actors, no matter how many or few take part, to even begin to genuinely portray what took place inside a Death Camp Gas Chamber.
Only CGI could scratch the surface of that reality and it would be beyond awful to try to create or watch such terror. No more than an impression should ever be committed to film, the authentic truth can be openly researched from the evidence of Death Camp survivors.
Another complaint about this film is the depiction of what happens to the babies. It may not have happened in Auschwitz although I understand that if there was an overflow at Auschwitz they were taken to an area behind the crematorium where they were shot and thrown into a fire pit , but it was common for guards to separate the disembarked survivors of the train journeys at the point of entry to the camps; the babies, the very old, the infirm, the very sick and the disabled.
If you think it couldn't be worse than I have described, I suggest you watch the filmed testimony of Ruth Elias, a Death Camp survivor who gave birth to her baby girl in Auschwitz The Four Sisters - Claude Lanzmann Everything by Claude Lanzmann is an amazing and devastating insight into the hell suffered by ordinary Jewish Citizens as they describe to him their personal experiences of the Holocaust or Shoah.
I have been unusually grave in my review of this film, but the subject matter is too serious for it to be treated in any other way.
When all is said and done 'Auschwitz' is not a great film, but it is a good one and it ought to be seen, in the form it was designed to be, as a documentary for teenagers.
They should watch this film to start them on the road to understanding the barbaric horror of systematic and industrialised genocide.
Sammo34 17 November Given Uwe Boll's reputation as a trash film maker, and this being the only one of his movies I have seen so far, I can't say I'm impressed.
However, I wasn't disappointed either. I just didn't expact anything. Sure, it's badly and amateurishly made, but the main focus wasn't off at all.
It's about the famous concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and shows the murder of jewish people there. Not a pleasent viewing experence, but I think that this movie wasn't meant to be entertaining, at all.
But I can't say that this film is worth more than 4 out of 10 stars. With minimal budget, Boll tries to span a bow between our presence and the unbelievable past.
It is not a precise documentary of history. It is a movie about dying in Auschwitz, how it came that Auschwitz is not only a name but a death symbol, and what children of today know about the backgrounds.
In some ways it succeeds, in some ways it fails to fulfill its ambitions, with the succeeding part predominating. First, school kids are asked about their knowledge of Hitler and the Jews and the Holocaust, and some do not know anything, or at least very little.
Some of the older school kids of the second interview series are better informed. Where the horror begins is in the fictive sceneries of the past, when a child mourns to its parents about its feet, while walking to certain death.
Every father or mother have heard their child mourning like that during a long walk. But in this context it is simply unsettling.
Then, bringing the victims to their fate, is shown as a normal business process. Guards are bored, professional.
Killing people on a daily base, like slaughtering cows or pigs. The victims obey, they don't know what comes. They think they are arrested, and so they are quiet and calm.
And then the gas chambers. We are watching naked people suffering death. At some point, Boll is afraid of his own courage and spares us from the full length of their suffering.
That I see as a big mistake. Death by Cyclon-B is within 5 to 15 minutes. However, we will also follow a basically uninteresting dialog between two officers, which is nearly as painful as the death scenes, because people are only numbers and not of more worth than insects.
Problems with schedule and staff and holidays are discussed. There's a noise in the background, and later we learn what's the reason about.
But the two officer's are so accustomed to this noise, they aren't realizing it. There are some scenes of shooting small children, these scenes are not quite believable and are, of course, not explained.
Shooting Babies in this scenery makes no sense, but, the whole scenery makes no sense at all. I would have abandoned these scenes, they are not made well.
Boll made a laconic comment about inhumanity and how we remember. No more, no less. He shows us, how much we tell our children about the backgrounds.
One of the girls is asked, why people participated in executing the Holocaust, and she answers, they were afraid of the others, or simply followers.
Boll asks, how would you react in this situation he means she and the others , and she answers, "exactly the same way".
That alone was worth watching the movie. The life and death of the Lager inhabitants is completely missing.
The film doesn't show the real Auschwitz. The amount of people killed at once was much higher, etcetera. The movie itself isn't carefully prepared nor edited.
But those aren't essential details. It's the meaning. In this case for real. It states that the film is like schindlers list, its not. THE AUSCHWITZ MEMORIAL WILL BE OPEN TO VISITORS FROM FEBRUARY 1, International Competition "My Memory, My Responsibility.
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Museum in the year of pandemic. Auschwitz Memorial Report Exceptionally difficult year. Conservation works have been completed on two guard towers at Auschwitz II-Birkenau.
Support from Taipei for the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation. The Nazis were incensed, says Piechowski. Keeping away from the main roads to evade capture, they drove on forest roads for two hours, heading for the town of Wadowice.
There they abandoned the Steyr and continued on foot, sleeping in the forest and taking turns to keep watch.
Lempart became ill and was left with a parish priest, while Jaster returned to Warsaw. Piechowski and Bendera spent time in Ukraine before Piechowski returned to Poland, joining the partisan Polish Home Army and spending the rest of the war fighting the Nazis.
In revenge, Jaster's parents were arrested and died in Auschwitz, and there were serious consequences for the remaining prisoners. The Nazis knew that an escapee's hair would grow back, and that the partisans would make new documents for them.
But when people saw the number, they would know that they were from Auschwitz. No other camp used numbering — it was our escape that led to it. Although they were never recaptured, Piechowski relived his time in the camp in flashbacks and nightmares.
And his problems were not over. When Poland became a communist state in , he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for joining the Home Army, serving seven.
I thought, 'They have taken away my whole youth — all my young years. Later, he became an engineer and when the communist regime fell in , he took to travelling the world with his wife, Iga.
He has written two books about his experiences, and tries to ensure no one will forget what happened in Auschwitz.
Does he mind reliving his terrifying past? And I will be a scout to the end of my life," he says simply. For details of Katy Carr's 'Escapologist Tour', which will include screenings of the short documentary Kazik and the Kommander's Car, visit katycarr.
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Kazimierz Piechowski is one of just prisoners to have broken out of the notorious Nazi camp and survive. Today aged 91, he tells his extraordinary story.
Kazimierz Piechowski in They found 7, prisoners alive in the three main camps, in the other subcamps, and over corpses. They threw "strangely embarrassed glances at the sprawling bodies, at the battered huts and at us few still alive They did not greet us, nor did they smile; they seemed oppressed not only by compassion but by a confused restraint, which sealed their lips and bound their eyes to the funereal scene.
It was that shame we knew so well, the shame that drowned us after the selections, and every time we had to watch, or submit to, some outrage: the shame the Germans did not know, that the just man experiences at another man's crime; the feeling of guilt that such a crime should exist, that it should have been introduced irrevocably into the world of things that exist, and that his will for good should have proved too weak or null, and should not have availed in defence.
Georgii Elisavetskii, a Soviet soldier who entered one of the barracks, said in that he could hear other soldiers telling the inmates: "You are free, comrades!
Then he used some Yiddish : "They think that I am provoking them. They begin to hide. And only when I said to them: 'Do not be afraid, I am a colonel of Soviet Army and a Jew.
We have come to liberate you' Finally, as if the barrier collapsed The Soviet military medical service and Polish Red Cross PCK set up field hospitals that looked after 4, prisoners suffering from the effects of starvation mostly diarrhea and tuberculosis.
Water was obtained from snow and from fire-fighting wells. Before more help arrived, 2, patients there were looked after by a few doctors and 12 PCK nurses.
All the patients were later moved to the brick buildings in Auschwitz I, where several blocks became a hospital, with medical personnel working hour shifts.
The liberation of Auschwitz received little press attention at the time; the Red Army was focusing on its advance toward Germany and liberating the camp had not been one of its key aims.
Boris Polevoi reported on the liberation in Pravda on 2 February but made no mention of Jews;  inmates were described collectively as "victims of Fascism".
Only Auschwitz staff, up to 15 percent, ever stood trial;  most of the cases were pursued in Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany.
He writes that this may have been because there were only women overseers, and therefore they were more visible and memorable to the inmates.
Camp commandant Rudolf Höss was arrested by the British on 11 March near Flensburg , northern Germany, where he had been working as a farmer under the pseudonym Franz Lang.
He was imprisoned in Heide , then transferred to Minden for interrogation, part of the British occupation zone.
From there he was taken to Nuremberg to testify for the defense in the trial of SS-Obergruppenführer Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Höss was straightforward about his own role in the mass murder and said he had followed the orders of Heinrich Himmler.
The trials ended on 22 December , with 23 death sentences, seven life sentences, and nine prison sentences ranging from three to 15 years.
Hans Münch , an SS doctor who had several former prisoners testify on his behalf, was the only person to be acquitted. Other former staff were hanged for war crimes in the Dachau Trials and the Belsen Trial , including camp leaders Josef Kramer , Franz Hössler , and Vinzenz Schöttl ; doctor Friedrich Entress ; and guards Irma Grese and Elisabeth Volkenrath.
The page indictment, presenting the testimony of witnesses, was accompanied by a page report about the camp, Nationalsozialistische Konzentrationslager , written by historians from the Institut für Zeitgeschichte in Germany, including Martin Broszat and Helmut Krausnick.
The report became the basis of their book, Anatomy of the SS State , the first comprehensive study of the camp and the SS.
The court convicted 19 of the defendants, giving six of them life sentences and the others between three and ten years.
In the decades since its liberation, Auschwitz has become a primary symbol of the Holocaust. Historian Timothy D. Notable memoirists of the camp include Primo Levi , Elie Wiesel , and Tadeusz Borowski.
In , a Körber Foundation survey found that 40 percent of year-olds in Germany did not know what Auschwitz was. On 2 July , the Polish government passed a law establishing a state memorial to remember "the martyrdom of the Polish nation and other nations in Oswiecim".
Dwork and van Pelt write that, in addition, Auschwitz I played a more central role in the persecution of the Polish people, in opposition to the importance of Auschwitz II to the Jews, including Polish Jews.
Visitors to the site have increased from , in , to over one million in ,  to two million in There have been protracted disputes over the perceived Christianization of the site.
Pope John Paul II celebrated mass over the train tracks leading to Auschwitz II-Birkenau on 7 June  and called the camp "the Golgotha of our age", referring to the crucifixion of Jesus.
The Polish government and Catholic Church eventually agreed to remove all but the original. On 4 September , despite a protest from the museum, three Israeli Air Force F Eagles performed a fly-over of Auschwitz II-Birkenau during a ceremony at the camp below.
All three pilots were descendants of Holocaust survivors, including the man who led the flight, Major-General Amir Eshel. Museum curators consider visitors who pick up items from the ground to be thieves, and local police will charge them as such; the maximum penalty is a year prison sentence.
The sign was later recovered. In the Polish government passed an amendment to its Act on the Institute of National Remembrance , making it a criminal offence to make false suggestions of Polish complicity in the Holocaust, which would include referring to Auschwitz and other camps as "Polish death camps".
Earlier estimates included Raul Hilberg 's work, The Destruction of the European Jews , which estimated that up to one million Jews had died in the camp.
Also see "The Budy Massacre—A grim anniversary". Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, 10 October Astor, Maggie 12 April The New York Times.
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Similar legislation deprived Jewish members of other professions of the right to practise. SD Security Police and Security Service in Cracow.
These prisoners were given camp serial numbers 31 to The transport included many healthy young men fit for military service, who had been caught trying to cross the Polish southern border in order to make their way to the Polish Armed Forces being formed in France.
At the same time, a further SS men—officers and SS enlisted men—were sent to reinforce the camp garrison. They were unloaded at the ramp on the camp railroad siding and ordered to leave their baggage there.
The camp SS flying squad received the Jews from the Stapo and led the victims to the gas chamber in the camp crematorium. There, they were killed with the use of Zyklon B gas.
Two large army trucks of Jewish women from Beuthen were brought 'straight to the station, they were queuing at the station I was still given a chance to say goodbye because we knew already I went down to the station, I saw the long queue of women.
This was the first registered transport sent to Auschwitz by RSHA IV B4 the Jewish Office, directed by SS-Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann. Auschwitz-Birkenau State.
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