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Critics of the facility told the Free Press at the time that while deaths of the puppies were gruesome, being sent to the gas chamber wouldn't have been much of an alternative.
Other groups, some speaking Hebrew and others Spanish, spent quiet minutes standing outside a building which once stored the gas chamber and still has the ovens used as a crematorium.
The Holocaust didn't start with concentration camps and gas chambers.
In another, Cage and Blair attempt to murder their two children by turning their suburban basement into a gas chamber.
Officials have yet to say whether it would be delivered in a gas chamber or through a gas mask.
Nadjari, a Greek Jewish prisoner, who was given the grisly task of removing dead bodies from Auschwitz’s gas chambers, buried his letter in a forest near the camp before it was liberated in 1945.
Winning 98 games, as the Pirates did before losing to Arrieta, should not mean a trip to the one-game gas chamber.
Less than a mile from the state Capitol in Jefferson City, the prison offers historic tours in the daytime and paranormal tours at night, all with stops at the rusting gas chamber fitted with two metal chairs.
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Definition of gas chamber for English Language Learners
: a room in which prisoners are killed by poisonous gas
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