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Wednesday January 26 2005 18:36 GMT
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Auschwitz in pictures
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Inside the Auschwitz I concentration camp.
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One of the many buildings used to hold prisoners at Auschwitz I.
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The tall electric fences surrounding Auschwitz I.
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The train track that led directly into Auschwitz II or Birkenau, that carried 2.2 million people to their deaths, including 1.5 million Jews.
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The watch towers and perimeter fence surrounding Birkenau, the largest of all the Nazi extermination camps.
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The toilet block at Birkenau where hundreds of prisoners were forced through in limited time and with no privacy.
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The many, many wooden barracks built by the Nazis to hold prisoners at Birkenau.
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Inside the barracks, the three-tiered bunks where thousands of prisoners were packed in.
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The cold and dark interior of the barracks where many people died from diseases that spread rapidly in the overcrowded and unhygienic conditions.
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A guardhouse at Birkenau surrounded by the birch trees which gave the camp its name.
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