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3D model of one of the railway wagons that we create for reconstruction. Modeling is just one of several stages of preparing objects for application.
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Today we want to show you a small material of our technical workshop. One of the 3D models of buildings that we prepare for the project.“Swiss-type” barracksIn the construction of the camp, ready and available architectural solutions that were already existing and functioning at that time were often used. After slight changes, these structures functioned...
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In the German concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau – crematorium existed since 1940. However, in 1942 the scale of the murder reached such a level that it was decided to build four more.Topf und Soehne is a German company that was responsible for delivering and supervising furnace assembly. In 1943, crematoria Nos. II, III, IV and V...
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View on sector BII.The construction of section BII lasted from 1942 to 1943, during which it was divided into seven sectors, to which subsequent letters of the alphabet were assigned. In the sector marked with the letter A, a total of nineteen wooden barracks were built, of which sixteen were intended for residential use, and...
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Barbed wire fence with gate.At this stage of work on the reconstruction of the camp, there are nearly 4,000 high voltage fence posts spaced. The total length of barbed wire is about 400km. To illustrate this scale, the length of this wire could connect Krakow to Prague.
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German steam locomotive used during World War II.Over 6,700 Class 52 DRB locomotives were built throughout Europe for use on the Eastern Front during World War II.The Holocaust trains were rail transports carried out by the Deutsche Reichsbahn national rail system under the strict supervision of German Nazis and their allies in order to forcibly...
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We started working on the virtual reconstruction with the preparation of a detailed plan of the camp. In order to create it, we used all available materials, including: – current satellite imagery – historical aerial photos taken by the Allies – cartographic plans, etc. The processing of the above materials led us to create an...
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The next step was to analyze and study photographs showing various parts of the camp and its surroundings. Pictures taken mostly by SS officers. In-depth material analysis involving the extraction of all details: not only in the foreground but also in the background. It allowed us to define the arrangement and location of individual objects...
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