The food distributed in Auschwitz camps was variable and often dependent on several things. Although all meals had to follow official regulations, in reality it wasn't happening, and they often lacked all nutritious components what was a cause of constant famine.
We would like to thank each of our 5000 followers who now support us on the official Auschwitz Study Group's Instagram account. We are grateful for your appreciation of our work, activity and interest in topics that we present.
72 years ago transports of Hungarian Jews to KL Auschwitz took place. That is why the Auschwitz Study Group decided to commemorate these events throught all July 2016 on the official Twitter account. The project was very successful and we would like everyone to read our conclusion of it.
One of the main aims of the Auschwitz Study Group is building the largest free archive of post-war and contemporary photos concerning Holocaust sites in Europe. Divided into various categories, the photo library is being built thanks to hard work of the ASG's members and friends who kindly share their work with us.
After successful Twitter project in July, where we remembered Hungarian victims of transports to Auschwitz, this month we're taking all the Auschwitz Study Group members and followers around Europe. We're following steps of the Holocaust victims thanks to Gunter Demnig, a German artist, who started Stolpersteine – the project remembering victims of the Nazi and of other persecutions.