The Devil Children of Sandomierz, Poland

From our campsite, Camping Browarny, set in the grounds of Karpiński Manor, it was a swift yet energetic walk into Sandomierz old town, up a steep flight of more than one-hundred stone stairs. The city is a medieval delight. Built on seven hills, it is sometimes known as ‘Poland’s little Rome’. To see the sightsContinue reading “The Devil Children of Sandomierz, Poland”

Auschwitz-Birkenau – The Industrialisation of Genocide

Think occasionally of the suffering of which you spare yourself the sight. albert schweitzer I stepped blinking into bright afternoon sunlight on Ealing Broadway. The buzz of a busy Saturday filled the space; the rumble of West London traffic; chattering shoppers; pigeons flapping and cooing as they disturbed litter and dust on warm, white pavingContinue reading “Auschwitz-Birkenau – The Industrialisation of Genocide”