Sunday, November 3, 2013

Auction of Holocaust Death Camps Souvenirs causes Outrage

Among dozens of sick souvenirs on offer last week was a striped uniform thought to have belonged to a Polish baker

Online auction site eBay has put on auction souvenirs related to the death camp holocaust victims that include the clothes of concentration camp victims. Among dozens of sick souvenirs on offer last week was a striped uniform thought to have belonged to a Polish baker who died in Auschwitz, which was on sale for £11,200.

However, the auction is  facing an international storm of outrage after it was revealed to be profiting from the repulsive trade in Holocaust memorabilia.




The striped uniform is one of dozens of offensive items uncovered by a Mail on Sunday investigation. And within hours of being alerted to the item by this newspaper, eBay removed it from sale after conducting an ‘urgent investigation’.

Later, The internet giant apologised and vowed to give £25,000 to a suitable charity, before removing more than 30 other death camp souvenirs which it said had evaded its strict vetting process.

Read more about it at: Mail Online
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