which plans to open an outlet next month in Pattaya."
"It was originally written and published not for us but for readers in underground Poland, whose minds and bodies have become almost hardened to such cruelty in the course of more than four terrible years. We in our blessed seclusion want to turn away and deny it.
"Yet the greatest distinction of Dachau is not the canteen, but the museum containing the wax likenesses of prominent people who have been murdered in this camp. The face of Schussnigg [sic] opens this amazing German exhibition of their own brutality. The impression which the museum makes on the visitor recalls the feelings with which one would look over a collection of mummified heads owned by a headhunter chieftain. under each mask is a detailed description of the titles and degrees, etc., which the victim held. This satisfies the Germans' rapacity and perverted snobbery. The wax heads of priests, bishops, and pastors are crowned with their own mitres or caps. In addition to the wax figures this horrible museum possess a rich collection of photographs."Former Austrian Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg was held prisoner at Dachau, but he died in 1977, 32 years after Dachau was liberated by U.S. Army.