General Exhibition

The exhibition opened in 1955 remains one of the main elements in visits to the site, along with areas featuring original or partly reconstructed objects. Aside from documentary photographs, photocopies of documents, models, and sculptures, it also used historical exhibits including prisoner garments, bunks and other furnishings from prisoner rooms, and items seized from Jewish deportees. It is located in blocks 4, 5, 6, 7, and 11 at the Auschwitz main camp site.
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Block 5. Glasses which belonged to the victims of Auschwitz.

Block Glasses which belonged to the victims of Auschwitz.

Auschwitz | by Thepacekeeper  Block 5. Personal items brought by Jews deported by German Nazis for extermination.

Visit of Auschwitz , concentration camp where about millions people were killed during world war II

Block 7. Toilets inside a block in Auschwitz I. There were 22 toilets for more than a 1,000 prisoners who stayed in the block and the possibility of using them was usually very limited.

Block Toilets inside a block in Auschwitz I. There were 22 toilets for more than a prisoners who stayed in the block and the possibility of using them was usually very limited.

Block 5. Clothes and shoes which belonged to children deported to Auschwitz.

Block Clothes and shoes which belonged to children deported to Auschwitz.

Block 4. A registration card of prisoner no. 972, Alojzy Drzazga, who was imprisoned in Auschwitz for an attempt escape to Hungary in order to join the Polish legion.

Block A registration card of prisoner no. Alojzy Drzazga, who was imprisoned in Auschwitz for an attempt escape to Hungary in order to join the Polish legion.

Block 5. Personal belongings of Jews deported for extermination - cosmetics, shoe polish pastes, etc.

Block Personal belongings of Jews deported for extermination - cosmetics, shoe polish pastes, etc.

Block 4. Registration cards of Auschwitz prisoners.

Block Registration cards of Auschwitz prisoners.

Block 6. Striped uniforms which belonged to prisoners of Auschwitz.

Block Striped uniforms which belonged to prisoners of Auschwitz.

Block 5. A heap of tangled spectacles which belonged to Jews deported to Auschwitz.

Block A heap of tangled spectacles which belonged to Jews deported to Auschwitz.

Block 6 of the main exhibition. The room describing the process of registration in the camp | Rooms by KPictures | Stefanie Kovacevic  on 500px

Block 6 of the main exhibition. The room describing the process of registration in the camp

Registration photographs of the prisoners of Auschwitz.

Registration photographs of the prisoners of Auschwitz.

Block 6. Exhibition dedicated to the fate of children in Auschwitz. Over 230,000 children were deported to the camp. Most of them perished.

Block Exhibition dedicated to the fate of children in Auschwitz. Over children were deported to the camp. Most of them perished.

Block 6. Sculpture titled 'Starvation' by Mieczysław Stobierski.

Block Sculpture titled 'Starvation' by Mieczysław Stobierski.

Block 5. Shoes of Jewish children deported to Auschwitz. Great majority of them was murdered immediately upon arrival in gas chambers.

Block Shoes of Jewish children deported to Auschwitz. Great majority of them was murdered immediately upon arrival in gas chambers.

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