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Auschwitz (Oswiecim)

In front a preserved so called "camp death book" (in German: Sterbebuch) at the Auschwitz Museum Preservation lab for documents, books and other historical papers. All together 51 death books were so far preserved and about 3 to 4 employees work on one book for approximately 3 months. At the moment the employees work on note sheets of composer Tchaikovsky which had been lately found and were used by the prisoners orchestra in Auschwitz. The Museum Preservation Department is responsible for protecting everything that remains at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp site.

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Photographer: Bjoern Steinz, www.bjoern-steinz.com
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AUSCHWITZ // OSWIECIM
In front a preserved so called "camp death book" (in German: Sterbebuch) at the Auschwitz  Museum Preservation lab for documents, books and other historical papers. All together 51 death books were so far preserved and about 3 to 4 employees work on one book for approximately 3 months. At the moment the employees work on note sheets of composer Tchaikovsky which had been lately found and were used by the prisoners orchestra in Auschwitz. The Museum Preservation Department is responsible for protecting everything that remains at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp site.