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They were almost certainly tired, hungry and cold after a full day touring Auschwitz in bitterly cold weather.
The story of the Holocaust is repeated in history books in classrooms up and down South Yorkshire.
The next stop is Auschwitz Birkenau, the death camp where at least 1.1 million people are thought to have been killed. The majority of them died in the gas chambers, which are now in ruins at a far end of the camp.
into Auschwitz 1, a concentration camp which held about 15,000 prisoners.
We pull on our layers a far cry from the 'striped pyjamas' offered to the prisoners here and walk under the notorious 'Arbeit Macht Frei' gateway.
Inside another building there are rows of triple tiered, wooden 'beds'. The construction smaller than the changing rooms at Sheffield's Ponds Forge swimming pool slept up to 1,000 men.
In the coach on the way to our first stop, Auschwitz 1, I am sitting next to 16 year old Will Smith, a Tapton School pupil from Crookes.
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As we make our way through the Polish town of Oswiecim or Auschwitz in German our guide, Rabbi Barry Marcus, tells us Nazis would round up Jews and other victims in places like this, load them into a truck and run a hose from the exhaust pipe into their container.
But that is where their lives ended.
But not one of them complained about it for a simple reason they were able to leave at the end.
The camp is still surrounded by masses of barbed wire which disappears into the distance as it is blurred by fog and snowflakes.
"They would drive them through villages like we are going through now, gas them and then burn the bodies," he says.
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"They would dump the ash in the river that we have just passed by.
The coach crosses a bridge over a wide river.
It is all rather overwhelming.
"I imagine it's going to be very Nike Sweatpants Cuffed moving. I cry at every film I watch, so I'm almost certain to be sobbing my way around."
And you imagine a Jewish gentleman taking pride in his appearance and having a shave with one of the thousands of shaving brushes now on show in yet another exhibit.
It hit me when we entered a long corridor displaying portrait photographs of newly arrived prisoners many with heads freshly shorn, some with black eyes but all with pride and Nike Black Pants Mens
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dignity etched on their faces.
Some one million Jews are thought to have crossed through the forbidding gates at Auschwitz Birkenau, crammed into wooden train carriages and full of hope for a new life.
As the last of the daylight fades we enter one of the wooden shacks and our eyes adjust to reveal a long, narrow trough with dozens of holes cut out of it. This was the toilet which the prisoners many of whom were suffering from stomach upsets were allowed to come to for a timed visit twice a day.
You imagine the feet which once slipped into the shoes now piled high behind a glass panel.
Shining a light on horrors of the Holocaust
The Holocaust Educational Trust has brought these black and white text book pages to life by inviting pupil representatives from every school in the region to see the camp for themselves on a day trip.
"I expect it all to be grey," he says.
"When the river swelled a little bit, it would move the ash downstream. There were children swimming in the river about 300 yards downstream and they got covered in it."
One of the young men looked like my brother. The caption under his photograph tells me he survived in the camp for just three months.
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