The inscriptions found on the nine wooden ridges in the concentration camp contain slogans, especially denial.
Spray-painted anti-Semitic graffiti was found on nine wooden ridges in a Nazi Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum announced on Tuesday (October 5). These inscriptions “The rebellious attack on the symbol of one of the greatest tragedies in human history», Underlined in the museum.
Includes graffiti “Two references to the Old Testament are often used by anti-Semites, and slogans of denialWritten in English and German, the museum added. Museum officials have told police the facts and are examining footage from CCTV cameras. They asked visitors who had witnessed the incident or were around the camps to come forward and send photos.
The museum added that the paintings would be removed once police completed their investigation. According to the museum, security on the 170-hectare site continues to be strengthened, but the company’s budget has been hit by the health crisis associated with the Govt-19. About 1.1 million people, mostly Jews, died in this death camp set up on Polish soil by Nazi Germany during World War II.
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