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Sobrevivientes y delegaciones de varios países conmemoran este domingo en Auschwitz-Birkenau el 74 aniversario de la liberación de este campo de concentración, donde los historiadores estiman que fueron asesinadas más de un millón de personas.

Los sobrevivientes llevaban bufandas de rayas que recordaban a sus uniformes en el campo, y algunos portaban una letra “P” roja, el símbolo que los alemanas empleaban para señalar que eran polacos
Los sobrevivientes llevaban bufandas de rayas que recordaban a sus uniformes en el campo, y algunos portaban una letra “P” roja, el símbolo que los alemanas empleaban para señalar que eran polacos
Durante la jornada, varios ex prisioneros compartirán su experiencia con los asistentes, para unirse después en una oración en recuerdo de las víctimas que perecieron en este recinto de muerte
Durante la jornada, varios ex prisioneros compartirán su experiencia con los asistentes, para unirse después en una oración en recuerdo de las víctimas que perecieron en este recinto de muerte
Los actos conmemorativos dieron arranque con una ofrenda floral en el recinto del antiguo campo de exterminio. Las ofrendas fueron colocadas en el “Muro de la Muerte”
Los actos conmemorativos dieron arranque con una ofrenda floral en el recinto del antiguo campo de exterminio. Las ofrendas fueron colocadas en el “Muro de la Muerte”
El muro de la muerte se ubica en el patio del bloque 11 y a partir del otoño de 1941 fue el escenario de fusilamientos masivos de prisioneros
El muro de la muerte se ubica en el patio del bloque 11 y a partir del otoño de 1941 fue el escenario de fusilamientos masivos de prisioneros
Autoridades alemanas y polacas participaron del evento
Autoridades alemanas y polacas participaron del evento
Activistas de ultraderecha también se sumaron a la ceremonia
Activistas de ultraderecha también se sumaron a la ceremonia
Auschwitz-Birkenau estuvo operativo desde 1940 hasta el 27 de enero de 1945, cuando fue liberado por el ejército soviético
Auschwitz-Birkenau estuvo operativo desde 1940 hasta el 27 de enero de 1945, cuando fue liberado por el ejército soviético
Se estima que más de un millón de personas, en su mayoría judíos, perecieron en Auschwitz y en el campo anexo, Birkenau, (Oswiecim y Brzezinka, en polaco) debido a los malos tratos, las cámaras de gas Zyjklon B, el hambre, el agotamiento y las enfermedades
Se estima que más de un millón de personas, en su mayoría judíos, perecieron en Auschwitz y en el campo anexo, Birkenau, (Oswiecim y Brzezinka, en polaco) debido a los malos tratos, las cámaras de gas Zyjklon B, el hambre, el agotamiento y las enfermedades
Hoy, Auschwitz-Birkenau es patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco y un museo-memorial de 200 hectáreas visitado cada año por más de un millón de personas
Hoy, Auschwitz-Birkenau es patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco y un museo-memorial de 200 hectáreas visitado cada año por más de un millón de personas

(Fotos: Reuters)

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