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Miss Love of Wroclaw visiting Permanent Exposition „The Third Reich and the Second World War 1933 - 1945” at The Historical Museum, branch of The City Museum of Wrocław in The Royal Palace, former residence of Prussian kings, who were the masters of German chauvinis m, militarism, and imperialism. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Permanent Exposition „The Third Reich and the Second World War 1933 - 1945” at The Historical Museum, branch of The City Museum of Wrocław in The Royal Palace, former residence of Prussian kings, who were the masters of German chauvinism, militarism, and imperialism.
Konzentrationslager Groß-Rosen, Gross-Rosen concentration camp was a German network of Nazi concentration camps built and operated during World War II. At its peak activity in 1944, the Gross-Rosen complex had up to 100 subcamps. The biggest sub-camps included AL Fünfteichen in Jelcz-Laskowice, four camps in Wroclaw, Dyhernfurth in Brzeg Dolny, Landeshut in Kamienna Góra, and the entire Project Riese along the Owl Mountains. Among the companies that benefited from the slave labour of the concentration camp inmates were German electronics manufacturers such as Blaupunkt or Siemens, as well as Krupp, IG Farben, and Daimler-Benz among others.

Monument to heroes of the Second World War who were murdered by the Germans in Jawor, Slonsk, Gross Rosen, Swidnica, Wroclaw as the Nacht und Nebel (NN) victims. Sadowa Str. (Ulica Sądowa) # Podwale Str., Wroclaw, Poland. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Monument to heroes of the Second World War who were murdered by the Germans in Jawor, Slonsk, Gross Rosen, Swidnica, Wroclaw as the Nacht und Nebel (NN) victims. Sadowa Str. (Ulica Sądowa) # Podwale Str., Wroclaw, Poland.
Nacht und Nebel  (German for "Night and Fog") was a directive (German: Erlass) from Adolf Hitler on 7 December 1941 targeting political activists and resistance "helpers" that was originally intended to winnow out "anyone endangering German security" (die deutsche Sicherheit gefährden) throughout Nazi Germany's occupied territories. Its name was a direct reference to a Tarnhelm spell, from Wagner's Das Rheingold.  Gross-Rosen was known for its brutal treatment of the Nacht und Nebel prisoners vanishing without a trace from targeted communities. Most died in the granite quarry.


PAMIĘCI PATRIOTÓW FRANCUSKICH, BELGIJSKICH, HOLENDERSKICH I NORWESKICH SKAZANYCH PRZEZ HITLEROWCÓW NA UMIERANIE ZA OBRONĘ SWOJEJ OJCZYZNY PRZED BARBARZYŃSTWEM FASZYSTOWSKIM, TRACENI I GINĄCY TYSIĄCAMI W WIĘZIENIACH I OBOZACH ZAGŁADY ODDALI SWE ŻYCIE JAK ICH POLSCY BRACIA ZA WOLNOŚĆ, SPRAWIEDLIWOŚĆ I POKÓJ. NN 1943-1945.

A LA MÉMOIRE DES PATRIOTES FRANÇAIS,  BELGES, HOLLANDAIS NORVÉGIENS CONDAMNÉS À MOURIR PAR LES NAZIS POUR AVOIR DEFENDU LEUR PATRIE CONTRE LA BARBARIE HITLÉRIENNE EXÉCUTES ET DIPARUS PAR MILLIERS DANS LES PRISONS ET LES CAMPS D'EXTERMINATION ILS ONT SACRIFIÉ LEUR VIE COMME LEURS FRÈRES POLONAIS POUR LA  LIBERTÉ, LA JUSTICE ET LA PAIX. NN 1943-1945.

TO MEMORY OF FRENCH, BELGIAN, DUTCH NORWEGIAN PATRIOTS CONDEMNED TO DIE BY THE NAZIS FOR HAVING DEFENDED THEIR COUNTRY AGAINST HITLERITE BARBARISM EXECUTED AND VANISHED BY THOUSANDS IN PRISONS AND EXTERMINATION CAMPS SACRIFIED THEIR LIFE AS THEIR POLISH BROTHERS FOR FREEDOM, JUSTICE AND PEACE. NN 1943-1945.

ZUM GEDENKEN AN FRANZÖSISCHEN, BELGISCHEN, HOLLÄNDISCH NORWEGISCH PATRIOTEN  VON DEN NAZIS ZU STERBEN VERURTEILT, FÜR HABEN VERTEIDIGT IHREN LANDES GEGEN HITLER-BARBAREI HINGERICHTET UND VERNEBELT VON TAUSENDEN IN GEFÄNGNISSEN UND VERNICHTUNGSLÄGER OPFERTEN SIE IHR LEBEN ALS IHRE POLNISCHE BRÜDER FÜR FREIHEIT, GERECHTIGKEIT UND FRIEDEN. NN 1943-1945.

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