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Workers find message in Auschwitz bottle

From correspondents in Warsaw - AAP,27574,25397408-401,00.html

WORKERS demolishing a wall of a building that was once part of the Nazi's Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp have found a message in a bottle written by prisoners 65 years ago.

"We know two of the Auschwitz prisoners who signed the message survived the camp, but their later fate isn't known," Auschwitz-Birkenau museum historian Jerzy Mensfelt said today.

"If they are alive, they would be in their 80s now. Perhaps the publicity surrounding this discovery will lead to more information."

Workers found the bottled message when demolishing a wall at the State Higher Vocational School in the southern Polish town of Oswiecim, the site of the infamous World War II camp.

It had been placed in the mortar of a building which had served as a warehouse for the camp's Nazi guards.

Hand-written in pencil, the note bears the names and camp ID numbers of seven camp prisoners including four Poles and one Frenchman from Lyon.  All were aged 18 to 20.

Further details are expected to be made public in the coming days.

More than one million people, mostly European Jews, perished at the Auschwitz-Birkenau twin death camps during World War II.
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