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Pawel Sawicki, Auschwitz Museum spokesman

The former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, where more than a million people were killed in World War II, faces an uncertain future.

Pawel Sawicki of the Auschwitz Museum explains the problems of preserving the ageing and crumbling 191-hectare site, with limited funds.

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Photographed and produced by Phil Coomes with audio by Raffi Berg
Published 27 January 2009


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