In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1campo de exterminio masculine
- I remember being frightened by the death camp prisoners' vacant stares; by their emaciated bodies; by the hopelessness they exhibited through the fence wires, the years, the grainy black and white photos.
- If I knew that my taxes were funding a Nazi death camp, I'd have not only the right, but the responsibility to withdraw my support in any way I could manage.
- Its particular perversion in the days following Pinochet's violent overthrow of Salvador Allende's socialist government in 1973 was to convert a sporting stadium into a death camp.
- The Soviet gulag and the German death camp cast a pall over the very concept of labor, nearly foreclosing the Left's righteous claims to its revolutionary heritage.
- Paintings by Marianne Grant, 81, tell the story of her three-year incarceration in the Nazi death camp.
- Ann had been a plump, cheerful five-year-old girl, who, when she died in her father's arms only a few months after the crash, had looked like something out of a death camp.
- One Nazi officer at the death camp even described it as ‘murder by assembly line’, as the most advanced industrial methods were turned to killing.
- He was imprisoned two times in a death camp, the last time he was rescued by United Nations forces in 1950 when they entered the country.
- The Nazis located the death camp two and one-half hours from Cracow, close to the intersection of train lines that cut across Europe.
- On those journeys, the teenagers go from one site of horror to another, viewing concentration camp after concentration camp, death camp after death camp, monument after monument.
- In the darkness of the death camp, an armed uprising is being planned by the Sonderkommandos, who have been stockpiling illicitly gained explosives and guns.
- Jordan had dropped so much weight, from 180 to 104 pounds, that he looked like a survivor of a Nazi death camp.
- It would be easy to bluntly horrify the reader with a book about life in a death camp, but this is not his intention; instead he produces a realistic account of events with an insight into his own feelings and emotions.
- Auschwitz, the Nazi death camp liberated 60 years ago today, is an important chapter in this history.
- ‘These soldiers surely liked to kill,’ says a 13-year-old Bosnian girl who survived the Trnopolje death camp.
- In a situation of deep despair on a work team in a frozen death camp, a casual comment from a fellow prisoner caused Frankl to remember the face of his wife who was also imprisoned.
- Thus a labour camp (Majdanek was originally referred to as a concentration camp) became a death camp.
- The most notable center of opposition was the Solovki monastery-prison on an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean which had become virtually a death camp for the clergy and intellectuals of Czarist Russia.
- In the death camp, the priest felt the absence of God.
- After escaping the death camp, she was recaptured.
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