Those selected as unfit for work were gassed without A Wooden Box - Factory Floor - Lying / A Wooden Box (File) registered as prisoners. There is also disagreement about how many were gassed in Auschwitz I. After visiting Auschwitz I in Marchit appears that Himmler ordered that the camp be expanded,  although Peter Hayes notes that, on 10 Januarythe Polish underground told the Polish government-in-exile in London: "the Auschwitz concentration camp The first two sectors were completed sector BI was initially a quarantine campbut the construction of BIII began in and stopped in Apriland the plan for BIV was abandoned.
The bays were divided into "roosts", initially for three inmates and later for four. With personal space of 1 square metre 11 sq ft to sleep and place whatever belongings they had, inmates were deprived, Robert-Jan van Pelt wrote, "of the minimum space needed to exist".
The prisoners were forced to live in the barracks as they were building them; in addition to working, they faced long roll calls at night. As a result, most prisoners in BIb the men's camp in the early months died of hypothermiastarvation or exhaustion within a few weeks. The first gas chamber at Auschwitz II was operational by March A second brick cottage, the "little white house" or bunker 2, was converted and operational by June Use of bunkers I and 2 stopped in spring when the new crematoria were built, although bunker 2 became operational again in May for the murder of the Hungarian Jews.
Bunker I was demolished in and bunker 2 in November The dressing rooms had wooden benches along the walls and numbered pegs for clothing. Victims would be led from these rooms to a five-yard-long narrow corridor, which in turn led to a space from which the gas chamber door opened.
The chambers were white inside, and nozzles were fixed to the ceiling to resemble showerheads. This made the total daily capacity 4, although by loading three to five corpses at a time, the Sonderkommando were able to burn some 8, bodies a day. This maximum capacity was rarely needed; the average between and was 1, bodies burned every day. After examining several sites for a new plant to manufacture Buna-Na type of synthetic rubber essential to the war effort, the German chemical cartel IG Farben chose a site near the towns of Dwory and Monowice Monowitz in Germanabout 7 kilometres 4.
In addition to its proximity to the concentration camp, a source of cheap labor, the site had good railway connections and access to raw materials. Auschwitz inmates began working at the plant, known as Buna Werke and IG-Auschwitz, in Aprildemolishing houses in Monowitz to make way for it. From late July they were taken to the factory by train on freight wagons. The first inmates moved there on 30 October By the end ofit housed 60 barracks measuring Within three to four months at the camp, Peter Hayes writes, the inmates were "reduced to walking skeletons".
Although the factory had been expected to begin production inshortages of labor and raw materials meant start-up was postponed repeatedly. On 19 Januarythe SS ordered that the site be evacuated, sending 9, inmates, most of them Jews, on a death march to another Auschwitz subcamp at Gliwice. The inmates who had been left behind in the Monowitz hospital were liberated along with the rest of the camp on 27 January by the 1st Ukrainian Front of the Red Army. Several other German industrial enterprises, such as Krupp and Siemens-Schuckertbuilt factories with their own subcamps.
Prisoners were also made to work in forestry and farming. Heinrich Schwarz was commandant of Auschwitz III from the point at which it became an autonomous camp in November until its liquidation. According to Aleksander Lasikabout 6, people 6, of them men worked for the SS at Auschwitz over the course of the camp's existence;  4.
At its peak in January4, SS men and 71 SS women worked in Auschwitz; the higher number is probably attributable to the logistics of evacuating the camp. Most of the staff were from Germany or Austria, but as the war progressed, increasing numbers of Volksdeutsche from other countries, including Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, and the Baltic states, joined the SS at Auschwitz.
Not all were ethnically German. Guards were also recruited from Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia. The Lagerprominenz camp elite included Blockschreiber barracks clerkKapo overseerStubendienst barracks orderlyand Kommandierte trusties. Although the SS oversaw the killings at each gas chamber, the bulk of the work was done by prisoners known from as the Sonderkommando special squad. In — when there was one gas chamber, there were 20 such prisoners, in late there wereand by during the Holocaust in Hungary the number had risen to Once the bodies were stripped of anything valuable, the Sonderkommando burned them in the crematoria.
Because they were witnesses to the mass murder, the Sonderkommando lived separately from the other prisoners, although this rule was not applied to the non-Jews among them. They were forced on a death march and by train to the camp at Mauthausenwhere three days later they were asked to step forward during roll call.
No one did, and because the SS did not have their records, several of them survived. Uniquely at Auschwitz, prisoners were tattooed with a serial number, on their left breast for Soviet prisoners of war  and on the left arm for civilians.
Asocial prisoners Asoziale or Asowhich included vagrants, prostitutes and the Roma, wore black. The nationality of the inmate was indicated by a letter stitched onto the cloth.
A racial hierarchy existed, with German prisoners at the top. Next were non-Jewish prisoners from other countries. Jewish prisoners were at the bottom. Deportees were brought to Auschwitz crammed in wretched conditions into goods or cattle wagons, arriving near a railway station or at one of several dedicated trackside ramps, including one next to Auschwitz I. Most deportees were forced to walk, accompanied by SS men and a car with a Red Cross symbol that carried the Zyklon B, as well as an SS doctor in case officers were poisoned by mistake.
Inmates arriving at night, or who were too weak to walk, were taken by truck. The day began at am for the men an hour later in winterand earlier for the women, when the block supervisor sounded a gong and started beating inmates with sticks to make them wash and use the latrines quickly.
Each washhouse had to service thousands of prisoners. These contained troughs for washing and 90 faucets; the toilet facilities were "sewage channels" covered by concrete with 58 holes for seating. It is badly lighted, full of draughts, with the brick floor covered by a layer of mud. The water is not drinkable; it has a revolting smell and often fails for many hours.
Prisoners received half a liter of coffee substitute or a herbal tea in the morning, but no food. No matter the weather, they had to wait for the SS to arrive for the count; how long they stood there depended on the officers' mood, and whether there had been escapes or other events attracting punishment.
The inmates were counted and re-counted. After roll call, to the sound of " Arbeitskommandos formieren " "form work details"prisoners walked to their place of work, five abreast, to begin a working day that was normally 11 hours long—longer in summer and shorter in winter.
Kapos were responsible for the prisoners' behavior while they worked, as was an SS escort. Much of the work took place outdoors at construction sites, gravel pits, and lumber yards.
No rest periods were allowed. One prisoner was assigned to the latrines to measure the time the workers took to empty their bladders and bowels. Lunch was three quarters of a liter of watery soup at midday, reportedly foul-tasting, with meat in the soup four times a week and vegetables mostly potatoes and rutabaga three times.
The evening meal was grams of bread, often moldy, part of which the inmates were expected to keep for breakfast the next day, with a tablespoon of cheese or marmalade, or 25 grams of margarine or sausage. Prisoners engaged in hard labor were given extra rations. A second roll call took place at seven in the evening, in the course of which prisoners might be hanged or flogged.
If a prisoner was missing, the others had to remain standing until the absentee was found or the reason for the absence discovered, even if it took hours. On 6 Julyroll call lasted 19 hours because a Polish prisoner, Tadeusz Wiejowskihad escaped; following an escape ina group of prisoners was picked out from the escapee's workmates or barracks and sent to block 11 to be starved to death. Then they had some free time to use the washrooms and receive their mail, unless they were Jews: Jews were not allowed to receive mail.
Curfew "nighttime quiet" was marked by a gong at nine o'clock. Eight hundred to a thousand people were crammed into the superimposed compartments of each barracks. Unable to stretch out completely, they slept there both lengthwise and crosswise, with one man's feet on another's head, neck, or chest.
Stripped of all human dignity, they pushed and shoved and bit and kicked each other in an effort to get a few more inches' space on which to sleep a little more comfortably. For they did not have long to sleep. Sunday was not a work day, but prisoners had to clean the barracks and take their weekly shower,  and were allowed to write in German to their families, although the SS censored the mail. Inmates who did not speak German would trade bread for help. No watches, calendars, or clocks were permitted in the camp.
Only two Jewish calendars made in Auschwitz survived to the end of the war. Prisoners kept track of the days in other ways, such as obtaining information from newcomers. About 30 percent of the registered inmates were female. Classified as criminal, asocial and political, they were brought to Auschwitz as founder functionaries of the women's camp. Spiritual suffering was completely alien to them. Women were at first held in blocks 1—10 of Auschwitz I,  but from 6 August 13, inmates were transferred to a new women's camp Frauenkonzentrationslager or FKL in Auschwitz II.
This consisted at first of 15 brick and 15 wooden barracks in sector Bauabschnitt BIa; it was later extended into BIb,  and by October it held 32, women. Conditions in the women's camp were so poor that when a group of male prisoners arrived to set up an infirmary in Octobertheir first task, according to researchers from the Auschwitz museum, was to distinguish the corpses from the women who were still alive.
There was one latrine for thirty to thirty-two thousand women and we were permitted to use it only at certain hours of the day. We stood in line to get in to this tiny building, knee-deep in human excrement. As we all suffered from dysentry, we could barely wait until our turn came, and soiled our ragged clothes, which never came off our bodies, thus adding to the horror of our existence by the terrible smell that surrounded us like a cloud.
The latrine consisted of a deep ditch with planks thrown across it at certain intervals. We squatted on those planks like birds perched on a telegraph wire, so close together that we could not help soiling one another.
Sterilization experiments were carried out in barracks 30 by a German gynecologist, Carl Claubergand another German doctor, Horst Schumann. German doctors performed a variety of experiments on prisoners at Auschwitz. SS doctors tested the efficacy of X-rays as a sterilization device by administering large doses to female prisoners. Carl Clauberg injected chemicals into women's uteruses in an effort to glue them shut.
Prisoners were infected with spotted fever for vaccination research and exposed to toxic substances to study the effects.
However, we were unable to obtain conclusive results because they died during the experiments. We would kindly request that you send us another group of women to the same number and at the same price. In Aprilthe children were killed by hanging to conceal the project.
A Jewish skeleton collection was obtained from among a pool of Jewish inmates, chosen for their perceived stereotypical racial characteristics. The collection was sanctioned by Heinrich Himmler and under the direction of August Hirt. Ultimately 87 of the inmates were shipped to Natzweiler-Struthof and killed in August Prisoners could be beaten and killed by guards and kapos for the slightest infraction of the rules. Flogging during roll-call was common.
A flogging table called "the goat" immobilized prisoners' feet in a box, while they stretched themselves across the table. Prisoners had to count out the lashes—"25 mit besten Dank habe ich erhalten" "25 received with many thanks" — and if they got the figure wrong, the flogging resumed from the beginning.
If their shoulders were too damaged afterwards to work, they might be sent to the gas chamber. Prisoners were subjected to the post for helping a prisoner who had been beaten, and for picking up a cigarette butt.
Known as block 13 untilblock 11 of Auschwitz I was the prison within the prison, reserved for inmates suspected of resistance activities. Split into four sections, each section measured less than 1. There was a 5 cm x 5 cm vent for air, covered by a perforated sheet. The courtyard between blocks 10 and 11, known as the "death wall", served as an execution area, including for Poles in the General Government area who had been sentenced to death by a criminal court.
The accused were led to the wall one at a time, stripped naked and with their hands tied behind their backs. Danuta Czech noted that a "clandestine Catholic mass " was said the following Sunday on the second floor of Block 4 in Auschwitz I, in a narrow space between bunks.
An estimated 4, Polish political prisoners were executed at the death wall, including members of the camp resistance. An additional 10, Poles were brought to the camp to be executed without being registered. About 1, Soviet prisoners of war died by execution, although this is a rough estimate. A Polish government-in-exile report stated that 11, prisoners and 6, prisoners of war had been executed.
And yet, at that last moment, many of them shouted 'Long live Poland', or 'Long live freedom'. For unknown reasons, they were not subject to selection and families were allowed to stay together.
The first transport of German Roma arrived on 26 February that year. There had been a small number of Romani inmates before that; two Czech Romani prisoners, Ignatz and Frank Denhel, tried to escape in Decemberthe latter successfully, and a Polish Romani woman, Stefania Ciuron, arrived on 12 February and escaped in April. Shortly after this, the SS removed nearly 2, from the family camp to work, and on 2 August gassed the other 2, Ten thousand remain unaccounted for.
The SS deported around 18, Jews to Auschwitz from the Theresienstadt ghetto in TerezinCzechoslovakia beginning on 8 September with a transport of 2, male and 2, female prisoners. An infirmary was set up in barracks 30 and 32, and barracks 31 became a school and kindergarten. On 8 March3, of the prisoners men, women and children were sent to the gas chambers; the men were taken to crematorium III and the women later to crematorium II.
Several twins were held back for medical experiments. The first gassings at Auschwitz took place in early Septemberwhen around inmates—Soviet prisoners of war and sick Polish inmates—were killed with Zyklon B in the basement of block 11 in Auschwitz I. The building proved unsuitable, so gassings were conducted instead in crematorium I, also in Auschwitz I, which operated until December There, more than victims could be killed at once.
After its decommissioning as a gas chamber, the building was converted to a storage facility and later served as an SS air raid shelter. Dwork and van Pelt write that a chimney was recreated; four openings in the roof were installed to show where the Zyklon B had entered; and two of the three furnaces were rebuilt with the original components.
In earlymass exterminations were moved to two provisional gas chambers the "red A Wooden Box - Factory Floor - Lying / A Wooden Box (File) and "white house", known as bunkers 1 and 2 in Auschwitz II, while the larger crematoria II, III, IV, and V were under construction.
Bunker 2 was temporarily reactivated from May to Novemberwhen large numbers of Hungarian Jews were gassed. FromJews were being transported to Auschwitz from all over German-occupied Europe by rail, arriving in daily convoys. On 29 April the first 1, Jews from Hungary arrived at the camp.
Crematoria II and III were given new elevators leading from the stoves to the gas chambers, new grates were fitted, and several of the dressing rooms and gas chambers were painted. The asylum was still fully furnished, with numerous facilities to ensure its self-sufficiency, including a water treatment plant, dairy, and of course, strong walls with intact windows providing shelter from the deadly Appalachian winter.
They were even starting to make forays into other survivor communities to trade the chem stock found at the asylum for essential supplies.
Barring domestic issues things were looking good, despite the buildings structure not being as stable as once believed. Their luck ran out in March The fledgling collective was attacked by a group of raiders who killed A Wooden Box - Factory Floor - Lying / A Wooden Box (File) dairy cow and all the chickens for meat before taking off. The Allegheny survivors split into two groups in the aftermath. One half left for Monongahunwilling to continue working with Watogans.
The other half, uniting behind Duran, decided to make a break for Harpers Ferry and beyond to look for survivors there. With its strong walls and underground power line to the Thunder Mountain Power Plantsecured inthe property looked promising to the Appalachian Brotherhood of Steel.
Seeking to establish the location as a stronghold for their expanding organization, a detachment was sent sometime in the early s. Among them was Squire Hannah de Silvawho came up with the new name for the facility, "Fort Defiance. Eventually, they secured the entire property.
It was around this time that, while they were on the roof trading war stories, they saw something that shocked them - a massive bat-like creature flying in from Watoga. They did not think anything was left alive there after its sabotage in When the monster flew towards them, they opened fire with their minigunsscaring it away. This would be the Brotherhood's first encounter with the dreaded scorchbeasts.
With the facility now secure, Scribe Grant McNamara arrived to survey the property. He immediately checked the entire property and then began asking the personnel questions, such as how many breaches were in the walls, how many doors there were, as well as if there were any unsecured doors or windows.
Eventually, he decided that they would have to abandon one wing of the building and the entire first floor, essentially throwing away all the plans the personnel had. His new plans included getting the elevator running and installing military-grade security that Squire Gary Weber found on a salvage run. However, this only happened after Squire Enrique Belmonte was stuck in there for three hours. Byafter the abandonment of Camp Venture and consolidation of all forces barring Thunder Mountain Fort Defiance served as headquarters for the established Appalachian branch of the Brotherhood of Steel.
The pressure of this, however, would lead to the collapse of the chapter. Having to resort to even harsher supply requisitions   and seeing a continued loss of ground to a plague, the Brotherhood tried one last desperate measure to at least curtail the source of the plague, Operation Touchdown.
After the operation, no scorchbeasts were seen for a few weeks, leading the rest of the Brotherhood to assume the operation was a success, albeit one with a heavy cost. This was not the case, and the scorchbeasts returned in greater numbers. For the next few years, the facility lay abandoned, barring ferals and other creatures which moved in. Though other factions attempted to investigate the Brotherhood's fall, all were unsuccessful in reaching the asylum,   and it remained undisturbed until the emergence of Vault 76 dwellers in With the return of people to the region inthe building became occupied by Jonah Itowho is revisiting in remembrance of his sister Kaedewho died with the Brotherhood while defending the asylum.
The outer courtyard contains a large fortification surrounding an automated surface to air missile and a sonic generator which must be defended during Line in the Sand. The guardhouse at the gates contains a fixed hunting rifle spawn, while the dead paladins within will typically carry weapons and have another weapon spawn by them.
Go around the left of the house to find this Outhouse. This should lead you to a bird that is perched on a branch directly left of the gate you originally went through to enter Castle Dimitrescu.
This was inaccessible until now. You will get attacked by a wolf cutscene and after that you will be in a house. Behind you is the note on a corpse. Go around on the outside top deck of the windmill where you can use a crank to find the Goat Collectible sitting at the very end. Before entering the inside of the Windmill. Facing back the way you came, look out to the left to see the goat sitting on top of a pole sticking out of the water.
In front of his TV. The water is now drained where the boat was. Walk through the broken windmill there and turn left for a goat. Go past the Typewriter Save Point in the windmill and head outside to the area where pigs were running around earlier. Here you can use the crank on a door, which leads to a secret area. At that icon you will find the file and also the Magnum.
Inside the shrine is the Mermaid Ball. Head back out the door that required the crank to enter this area, turn left to find the labyrinth in a shack outside the windmill with the typewriter save point in it. Enter the boat, turn around and follow the river.
At the end you will find a cave with a laptop there, which will have this file. You shoot the middle hanging torch to make it light the other two, then to get the third one lit you shoot it towards the infinite spawning Moroaica and have it wander over to the other room and light that torch, which also happens to get you this trophy.
Going to this area is also needed for the Mapmatician trophy unfogging the whole map. This enemy is incredibly strong, has about 5x as much health as the prior werewolves you will have fought. Underneath the mill is A Wooden Box - Factory Floor - Lying / A Wooden Box (File) little shrine with a goat in it. Then A Wooden Box - Factory Floor - Lying / A Wooden Box (File) through the red door destroy the 3 padlocks on itwhich leads to a room with meat lying around.
Time a knife swing so that you hit the arrow out of midair. At the bottom of the spiral staircase look to the right to find this goat before pushing through a crack in a wall. In the next room you find this file on the floor, next to a typewriter save point. After that instead of going up the ladder head left down the stairs and into the dungeon to find this on a table. Use it on the foundry machine to get the Relief of a Horse which you can then use on the wall next to it.
Move it out of the way, then go into the room at the end to find this item. It lets you use the casting machine to make the Labyrinth ball for this area. The Labyrinth is found on Level B4 it has an exclamation mark on the map, near Duke merchant. You must shoot out the fan in midair before it kills you. The goat sits here on the balcony, on one of the excavator shovels.
It blends in quite well so listen for the sound it makes. You must use it in the Foundry of MB4. During the elevator ride the goat can be seen briefly on a red railing. You can just keep using the elevator as many times as you need to hit it. Note; if you forget this goat it can also spawn later after File 41 when you drive a vehicle into the elevator, then you can shoot it using the vehicle same elevator, same goat, just at different points in the story.
One enemy will break through a wall and behind him in a briefcase is the weapon part. After opening the door a file will be in the room in front of you. In the next room you can find this goat in the corner. Get it before entering the vehicle on the right side. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
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