On this day: Jan. 27 - Auschwitz liberated

By Kathleen Guill



Posted 1/27/22

Soviet troops liberated Auschwitz Jan. 27, 1945. Auschwitz was a network, or group, of concentration camps in Poland. Designated I, II, and III, the camps held secret horrors until the survivors were freed and the depth of the horrors revealed to the world.

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