“Danuta Bogdaniuk-Bogucka was 10-years-old when she was sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau camp with her mother. Bogdaniuk-Bogucka was part of Josef Mengele’s experiments when she was in Auschwitz.” Source: Bored Panda
Powerful Portrait Series Of Auschwitz Survivors On The 70th Anniversary Of Their Liberation
“Jerzy Ulatowski, 83, was taken by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau when he was 13-years-old. In January 1945 he managed to escape with his family, as there was a lack of power in the barbed wire surrounding the camp.” Source: Bored Panda
On January 27th, 1945, the Soviet Red Army invaded Auschwitz and put an end to the concentration camp’s days. While officially marking the death of the camp that itself killed 1.1 million people, for those who survived the pain of Auschwitz lives on. In light of this and the 70th anniversary of the remaining prisoners’ liberation, Reuters photographers interviewed and took photographs of Auschwitz survivors. Their stories provide a reminder of the depths to which humanity may fall if we stop paying attention. Check out more stories at Bored Panda.
“Halina Brzozowska was 12-years-old during the Warsaw Uprising when her family were sent to a camp in Pruszkow, she and her 6-year-old sister were then moved by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Brzozowska said that it was hard to say what had happened to them, that they were taken from their homes, family and lost their childhood.” Source: Bored Panda