Thirteen holocaust survivors share stories of heartbreak, horror and hope from their harrowing experiences in the largest German Nazi concentration camp and extermination center, Auschwitz. Watch their interviews from the special "Auschwitz Untold."
'After Auschwitz, the human condition is no longer the same. After Auschwitz, nothing will ever be the same.' — Elie Wiesel.
Estimates suggest that Nazis murdered 85% of the people sent to Auschwitz. Here are the stories of three who survived.
How many were killed, how many children were sent to the site and the numbers of people who attempted to escape are among the facts that reveal the scale of crimes committed at Auschwitz.
In the winter of 1945, the Nazis tried to destroy the evidence of the Holocaust.
Stanislawa Leszczyńska was instructed to murder babies, but refused. She is a candidate for sainthood in the Catholic church.
The Sonderkommando participated in the Nazi killing machine—and made sure the world knew what happened at Auschwitz.
January 27, 1945. This week, we commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, one of Nazi Germany's largest concentration and extermination camps. Auschwitz has since become a symbol for the Holocaust itself, but what did liberation actually mean for its survivors- and is the full story being forgotten? Available wherever you listen to podcasts.