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“THE HOLOCAUST- A TRAGEDY OF HUMANITY”

My painting shows the tormented souls of those who were executed in Nazi concentration camps.

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THE DRAMA OF THE JEWS OF THE TIME OF THE HOLOCAUST

The Jewish people were on the trails of death and selected at the railway station at the Auschwitz for gosing, for exploitation.

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THE EMBRACING BROTHER FROM AUSHWITZ

The picture shows two brothers deported at Auschwitz. One of them survived and the other one was gassed. The surviving brother embraces the spirit of The dead one.

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Kwoka was killed at Auschwitz

Polish girl, Czesława Kwoka was 14 years old when she was killed. She received a Phenol injection into the heart. And she died at the camp Auschwitz to 12 March 1943.

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A convoy of Jews marching to the Auschwitz camp

My illustration represents the Jewish people entering the Auschwitz camp. On the entry is written “ARBEIT MACHT FREI” which means “the work are free you.” In Auschwitz approximately 6 million people died.

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Methods of extermination of Jews during the Holocaust

The drawing represents the suffering of the Jews in the Holocaust . Methods of the extermination : they were burned ,beaten and thrown into a pit. I hope these stories don’t happen again.

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Trenul groazei (The train of terror)

Deportation to the death camps: the process of annihilating European Jewry in extermination camps began with the deportation from their homes in late 1941. Thousands of Jews were transported to extermination camps. They were humiliated, treated as if being non-human. The train journey sometimes lasted several days under harsh conditions without water, food, or sanitary […continue]

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Holocaust

The fiaght for life in the Auschwitz concentration camps

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History … beyond words

We often wonder what life is like and how we can make it easy and beautiful. But … during the war, why didn’t the Jews have this alternative. DUE TO SOME PLACES OF GROSS THAT BREAK THEIR WINGS! And then, the eternal question remains: how could these things have happened? However, we will not be […continue]

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History … beyond words

The tears of the children were, and will remain in our souls. Therefore, the drawing aims to sensitize people to the suffering of these noble beings, who had a tragic fate. WE MUST LEARN FROM THE MISTAKES OF THE PAST. CHILDHOOD MUST BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STAGE OF A MAN’S LIFE! (Patricia Ivan) That is […continue]

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