Śladem krwi : marsz śmierci więźniów oświęcimskich przybyłych do Rzędówki i poprowadzonych na zachód (Book, 1995) [WorldCat.org]
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Śladem krwi : marsz śmierci więźniów oświęcimskich przybyłych do Rzędówki i poprowadzonych na zachód

Author: Jan Delowicz
Publisher: Katowice : Tow. Opieki nad Oświęcimiem, Oddz. Wojewódzki, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : PolishView all editions and formats
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Describes one of the death marches which left Auschwitz on 21 January 1945. Gives details of a section of the march, from Rzędówka (in German, Egersfeld) to Racibórz. The prisoners were brought to Rzędówka from Gliwice (to where they had been taken from Auschwitz by train). The research is based on 120 testimonies by witnesses of the march (people living in the localities on the march's route) and on testimonies  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Delowicz
ISBN: 8390294206 9788390294209
OCLC Number: 37512915
Description: 209 pages, 2 folded leaves : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Jan Delowicz.

Abstract:

Describes one of the death marches which left Auschwitz on 21 January 1945. Gives details of a section of the march, from Rzędówka (in German, Egersfeld) to Racibórz. The prisoners were brought to Rzędówka from Gliwice (to where they had been taken from Auschwitz by train). The research is based on 120 testimonies by witnesses of the march (people living in the localities on the march's route) and on testimonies of a number of participants in the march (or their families) living in Poland and Israel. Reconstructs the march, describing the shootings, attempts of escape, help of witnesses. Asserts that about 2,500 prisoners left Auschwitz, and only 600 survived. On the road described, a length of 40 km., ca. 1,000 prisoners were shot or died, most of them Jews. Pp. 183-204 contain 157 biographical notes on people who took part in this march.

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