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Auschwitz Day Two

First, do no harm - except to the Jews

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First, do no harm - except to the Jews

By Kalen Michals, Simmons University

The medical experiments that occurred during the Holocaust are no secret to the world today,
but the severity is often overlooked. Under claims that the experiments were “for the greater
good,”- that being, the greater good of the Aryan race/Reich-doctors had full reign to do as they
pleased.

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Humanity and Dignity

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Humanity and Dignity

By Jessie Levine, Simmons University

During the its operation from 1940 to 1945, Auschwitz Concentration Camp imprisoned over 1.3
million individuals, killing about 1.1 million of them.

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Mobile Accessibility in Auschwitz

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Mobile Accessibility in Auschwitz

By Maggie Kuck, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Some of the first victims of the Holocaust where differently abled individuals. Those who were
sent to Auschwitz were immediately directed into a gas chamber. So walking around Auschwitz
with the lens of accessibility would make anyone stop and ponder.

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