The Lake District Holocaust Project, a partner of the Auschwitz Study Group is initiating a drive that everyone can get involved with to remember the 1.5 million children killed in the Holocaust.
The Auschwitz Brothel where prisoners were ‘rewarded’ – The Auschwitz Study Group teams up with the Daily Mail Online
Auschwitz Study Group Archivist, Iga Bunalska has recently been working on a project with the Daily Mail unearthing testimonies on the ‘lesser’ known Auschwitz brothel.
We are happy and proud to announce we worked and are partners at the open air exhibition regarding the Luftschutz-Splitterschutzzelle bunkers in the area of Chełmek.
We are delighted to announce that we have reached an incredible 10,000 followers on our official Instagram account in little over a year. The social media platform that was once considered as a non educational tool has seen an upsurge of informative pages that now equal the likes of Facebook for their interaction potential.
It is with great pleasure that we announce our new full time archivist, Iga Bunalska. Iga has previously been a volunteer with the Auschwitz Study Group (ASG) for over a year and has been researching in the Auschwitz Museum Archives on behalf of the ASG as a volunteer for much of this time.
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