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Arbeit macht frei (work brings freedom). The gates of Auschwitz I and the original brick barrack buildings of the first site. The camps and 39 sub-camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau covered 15 square miles. Fiona Newton, The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Context 108, March 2009. http://ihbc.org.uk/context_archive/108/newton/one.html
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