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Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
Piotr Cywiński wrote: "I hope that my attempt to restore the perspective about which the survivors had spoken, which we were unable to sufficiently comprehend, will fulfil my obligation to their words, memories and warnings, and with regard to them specifically"
 
19 May 1920 | Fyodor Babinsev was born. A Soviet army soldier.

In #Auschwitz from October 1941.
No. R-1607 (Soviet prisoner of war)
He perished in the camp on 3 November 1941.
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
Some great news to end a difficult week: Lily’s Promise has entered the New York Times Best-Seller list at #2!

Thank you all so much for helping my great grandmother Lily Ebert, currently in hospital recovering from an operation, fulfil her life promise - at 98 years old! ❤️
 
19 May 1912 | A Pole, Kazimierz Stępień, was born in Suchodoły. An aircraft mechanic.

In #Auschwitz from 30 July 1941
No. 19309
He perished in the camp on 21 December 1941.
 
19 May 1943 | 9-year old Sinti Anna Maria (Settela) Steinbach was deported with 244 Roma & Sinti from Westerbork to #Auschwitz. She was filmed by Rudolf Breslauer. Setella perished in the camp with her mother, four siblings, aunt & two nephews.
youtube.com/watch?v=5cw6uI…
 
Replying to @Roger_Moorhouse
"Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human" is divided into over 30 chapters. Each is dedicated to a single theme present in survivors' accounts, such as "Fear," "Death,", "Hope," or "Hunger".

To give you an understanding of this structure, here is one of the chapters: "The Cold". pic.twitter.com/8K0sUK0rcE
 
In reply to @Ivorbaddiel
@Ivorbaddiel
@Baddiel

On a serious note, this sounds very interesting.
Replying to @slomka_robert @Ivorbaddiel and 1 otherfalse
"Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human" is divided into over 30 chapters. Each is dedicated to a single theme present in survivors' accounts, such as "Fear," "Death,", "Hope," or "Hunger".

To give you an understanding of this structure, here is one of the chapters: "The Cold". pic.twitter.com/8K0sUK0rcE
 
This looks like it will be a good read.
Replying to @Mazikeen350
"Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human" is divided into over 30 chapters. Each is dedicated to a single theme present in survivors' accounts, such as "Fear," "Death,", "Hope," or "Hunger".

To give you an understanding of this structure, here is one of the chapters: "The Cold". pic.twitter.com/8K0sUK0rcE
 
"Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human" is divided into over 30 chapters. Each is dedicated to a single theme present in survivors' accounts, such as "Fear," "Death,", "Hope," or "Hunger".

To give you an understanding of this structure, here is one of the chapters: "The Cold".
📖 'Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human'

A new book by the @AuschwitzMuseum director Dr. Piotr Cywiński.

🔹 The first attempt - on a global scale - to delve so deeply into human emotions inside the camp.

Buy online: auschwitz.org/en/bookstorepr…
Read more: auschwitz.org/en/museum/news… pic.twitter.com/uFK42HVFIg
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
📖 'Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human'

A new book by the @AuschwitzMuseum director Dr. Piotr Cywiński.

🔹 The first attempt - on a global scale - to delve so deeply into human emotions inside the camp.

Buy online: auschwitz.org/en/bookstorepr…
Read more: auschwitz.org/en/museum/news…
 
19 May 1938 | A Polish Jewish girl, Debora Klementynowska, was born in Białystok.

In 1943 she was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber.
 
19 May 1890 | A Dutch Jewish woman, Roosje van Gigch-Denneboom, was born in Zwolle.

In August 1943 she was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber.
 
19 May 1913 | A Polish woman, Helena Zachaczewska, was born. A tailor.

In #Auschwitz from 22 January 1943.
No. 30657
She was liberated on 27 January 1945.
 
 
In reply to @AuschwitzMuseum
Can the book be purchased with US Dollars?
Replying to @NonKnower
We use PayPal in our online bookstore, so during the process you will be able to exchange the price to US dollars (it's some 27 USD + shipping cost).
 
In reply to @AuschwitzMuseum
Which book is this. What the title?
Replying to @SandeshSunder
📖 'Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human'

A new book by the @AuschwitzMuseum director Dr. Piotr Cywiński.

🔹 The first attempt - on a global scale - to delve so deeply into human emotions inside the camp.

Buy online: auschwitz.org/en/bookstorepr…
Read more: auschwitz.org/en/museum/news… pic.twitter.com/uFK42HVFIg
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
A deeply touching read - one of the most comprehensive books on Auschwitz I’ve read which Sisley focuses on individuals’ experience. I read it in polish and can wholeheartedly recommend to anyone interested in the topic. Also a huge thank you to Mr Cywinski.
 
In reply to @AuschwitzMuseum
The gathering of materials and work on the publication took almost six years. Piotr Cywiński analysed nearly 250 books with memoirs of survivors of the German Nazi camp Auschwitz and extensive hitherto unpublished archival material containing their accounts. pic.twitter.com/mjY9nRVLOr
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
The book is divided into more than thirty chapters. They include, “Initial Shock,” “Loneliness,” “Death,” “Hunger,” “Empathy,” “Decency,” “Struggle and Resistance,” “Fear,” and “Hope.” One great asset of the book is the aptly chosen quotations from nearly 450 Auschwitz survivors.
 
📖 'Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human'

A new book by the @AuschwitzMuseum director Dr. Piotr Cywiński.

🔹 The first attempt - on a global scale - to delve so deeply into human emotions inside the camp.

Buy online: auschwitz.org/en/bookstorepr…
Read more: auschwitz.org/en/museum/news… pic.twitter.com/uFK42HVFIg
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
The gathering of materials and work on the publication took almost six years. Piotr Cywiński analysed nearly 250 books with memoirs of survivors of the German Nazi camp Auschwitz and extensive hitherto unpublished archival material containing their accounts.
 
📖 'Auschwitz. A Monograph on the Human'

A new book by the @AuschwitzMuseum director Dr. Piotr Cywiński.

🔹 The first attempt - on a global scale - to delve so deeply into human emotions inside the camp.

Buy online: auschwitz.org/en/bookstorepr…
Read more: auschwitz.org/en/museum/news…
 
19 May 1931 | A Dutch Jewish girl, Selma Spanjer, was born in Amsterdam.

In February 1943 she was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber after selection.
 
19 May 1903 | A Polish Jew, Moszek Rozencwajg, was born in Będzin. A locksmith assistant.

In #Auschwitz from 25 October 1941.
No. 22240
He perished in the camp on 30 October 1941.
 
19 May 1909 | Stefan Wojciechowski, a Pole, was born in Zamość. A clerk.

In #Auschwitz from 6 April 1941.
No. 14105
He perished in the camp on 21 March 1942.
 
19 May 1940 | A Dutch Jewish boy, Leendert Leo Engelsman, was born in Amsterdam.

In July 1942 he was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber.
 
19 May 1902 | A Pole, Jan Bednarczyk, was born in Masłomiąca near Miechów. An accountant.

In #Auschwitz from 25 April 1942.
No. 33094
He was shot on 27 May 1942.
 
18 May 1912 | An Austrian, Hermann Langbein, was born in Vienna.

In #Auschwitz from 10 August 1942.
No. 60355.
Active in communist resistance. In Aug 1944 he was transferred to Neuengamme. He survived.
A co-founder of the International Auschwitz Committee. He died in 1995.
 
18 May 1957 | An Austrian woman Maria Stromberger died in Bregenz.
From October 1942, she worked in #Auschwitz as a nurse supervisor in the SS hospital. She was in touch with the resistance movement and helped many prisoners of the camp.
lekcja.auschwitz.org/2021_nadzorczy…
 
18 May 1943 | A Polish girl, Krystyna Trześniewska, perished in #Auschwitz.

She was born in Majdan Królewski on 8 December 1929.

She was deported during the ethnic cleansing of the Zamość region. She was registered on 13 December 1942 & became no. 27129.
She was 13.
 
18 may 1930 | A German Sinti boy, Karl Lagerin, was born in Menden.

In #Zigeunerlager (Gypsy camp) in #Auschwitz II-Birkenau from 13 March 1943.
No. Z-2575
He perished in the camp on 2 November 1943.
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
‼️ New #podcast
Some 8,100-8,200 SS men were involved in the operation of #Auschwitz.
🔊Our podcast discusses functioning of the SS garrison & its members, the administration division of the camp & daily work and life of SS men.
anchor.fm/auschwitz-memo…
"On Auschwitz" (20): SS garrison in the Auschwitz camp by On Auschwitz
anchor.fm
 
18 May 1901 | A Czech Jewish woman, Gertruda Eisnerová, was born in Prague.

She was deported to #Auschwitz from #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 6 September 1943. She did not survive.
 
18 May 1902 | A Polish Jew, Selisch Kleinmann, was born in Nowy Sącz. A merchant.

In #Auschwitz from 15 December 1941.
No. 24556
He perished in the camp on 29 December 1941.
 
18 May 1894 | A Dutch Jew, Herman Aronson, was born in Arnhem.

In March 1944 he was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber.
 
18 May 1890 | A Pole, Władysław Petzelt, was born in Jabłonica. Between 1935-36 president of Przeworsk County.

In #Auschwitz from 28 November 1940.
No. 6633
He perished in the camp on 25 October 1941.
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
Unique discovery at @AuschwitzMuseum‼️

Inside a child's shoe, personal information of its owner – a Czech Jewish girl, Věra Vohryzková – was found. We also identified a registration photo of her father & a suitcase that belonged to her uncle.
auschwitz.org/en/museum/news…
 
18 May 1884 | A Czech Jew, Ulrich Weigner, was born.

He was deported to #Auschwitz from #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 18 May 1944. He did not survive.
 
18 May 1938 | A Dutch Jewish girl, Clara Sophie Bloch, was born in Amsterdam.

She arrived at #Auschwitz on 22 July 1942 in a transport of 931 Jews deported from Westerbork. She was among 155 people murdered in a gas chamber after selection.
 
18 May 1909 | A Pole, Jan Michalak, was born in Modła Królewska. A teacher.

In #Auschwitz from 23 May 1941.
No. 15926
Date of death: 18 November 1941.
 
18 May 1888 | A Polish Jew, Jehuda Isidor Luks, was born in Krynica. He lived in Antwerp.

In the autumn of 1942 he was deported to #Auschwitz and murdered in a gas chamber.
 
18 May 1925 | A German Jew, Max Rack, was born in Duisburg. From December 1934 he lived in the Netherlands.

In spring 1942 he was deported to #Auschwitz and registered in the camp where he perished on 5 August 1942.
 
18 May 1897 | A Pole, Jan Blak, was born in Krakow. An accountant.

In #Auschwitz from 3 August 1942.
No. 55778
Date of death: 5 September 1942.
 
17 May 1908 | A Polish Jew, Abraham Mandelbaum, was born in Nowy Sącz. A merchant.

In #Auschwitz from 16 April 1942.
No. 29718
Date of death: 5 June 1942.
 
17 May 1914 | A Czech Jewish woman, Zděnka Weilová, was born in Březnice.

She was deported to #Auschwitz from #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 18 December 1943. She did not survive. pic.twitter.com/F5FPpWeoTb
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
An online lesson dedicated to the fate of women in Auschwitz: lekcja.auschwitz.org/2022_kobiety_en
 
17 May 1944 | Four trains with Hungarian Jews deported to #Auschwitz crossed the rail border in Košice: 3,352 Jews from Košice (Kassa), 3,455 from Užhorod (Ungvár), 3,052 from Ökörmezö and 3,306 from Mukačevo (Munkács) - 13,165 people.
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
Some 430,000 Hungarian Jews were deported to Auschwitz. Learn more about their story in our online lesson: lekcja.auschwitz.org/en_6_dep_zydow/ Other lessons: lesson.auschwitz.org
 
17 May 1944 | Four trains with Hungarian Jews deported to #Auschwitz crossed the rail border in Košice: 3,352 Jews from Košice (Kassa), 3,455 from Užhorod (Ungvár), 3,052 from Ökörmezö and 3,306 from Mukačevo (Munkács) - 13,165 people.
 
17 May 1919 | A Polish woman, Aniela Najda, was born in Góreczka.

In #Auschwitz from 5 February 1943.
No. 34484
She perished in the camp on 8 January 1944.
 
‼️ New #podcast
Some 8,100-8,200 SS men were involved in the operation of #Auschwitz.
🔊Our podcast discusses functioning of the SS garrison & its members, the administration division of the camp & daily work and life of SS men.
anchor.fm/auschwitz-memo…
"On Auschwitz" (20): SS garrison in the Auschwitz camp by On Auschwitz
anchor.fm
 
17 May 1905 | A Polish Jewish woman, Zysla Pulwermacher, was born in Łódź. She lived in France.

She was deported to #Auschwitz from Pithiviers on 17 July 1942 with her husband Emmanuel. They did not survive.
 
Auschwitz Memorial Retweeted ·  
Stories still to be told through personal objects and amazing research by @AuschwitzMuseum
Remembering Věra Vohryzkovà. May her memory be a blessing.
Do take the time to read the thread.
 
17 May 1907 | A Czech Jew, Otto Teller, was born in Kamberk.

He was deported to #Auschwitz from the ghetto in #Theresienstadt on 6 September 1943. He did not survive.
 
 
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