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dc.contributor.authorCzekaj, Katarzyna-
dc.description.abstractEstablishment of a network of Nazi concentration and extermination (death) camps during World War II was the most horrible manifestation of human bestiality in world’s history. In Hitler’s plan, extermination camps were supposed to be used to eliminate the whole nations. Criminal activities in the camps that were organized mainly in Easter-Central Europe and in Germany were stopped only by advent of the Allies who systematically liberated successive “death factories”. This way they freed several thousand prisoners, who had been devoid of hope for survival. But did “freedom” mean the same as “liberation” for people who experienced evil that occurred in Nazi death camps? Was it possible for them to return to normal life? Could the "normal world" exist after the tragedy of war and destruction?es
dc.publisherSpołeczna Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Zarządzaniaes
dc.subjectDigital moduleen
dc.subjectMódulo digitales
dc.titleLiberated prisoners of Nazi camps freed in 1945 and 1946es
dc.title.alternativeWyzwoleni? Więźniowie hitlerowskich obozów wyswobodzonych w latach 1944-1945
dc.typeLearning Objectes
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