A website has come under for selling items with of Auschwitz - the Nazi concentration camp. The Redbubble has apologized for selling skirts, and other products with photos of Auschwitz printed on . The Auschwitz Memorial Museum called the "disturbing and disrespectful". It questioned the of selling products like pillows, skirts or bags with the images. It called Auschwitz, "a of enormous human where over 1.1 million people were murdered." Redbubble is taking " action to remove" the items.
At 1.3 million people were sent to Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland during World War II. Over 90 per cent were Jews. The Nazis murdered 1.1 million of the between 1940-45. Poles, Romani, Russian prisoners of and others also died, in the gas chambers. Others died of , hard labor and disease. Redbubble said it, "takes a stance against...the committed in Nazi concentration camps". A Twitter wrote: "How very disrespectful to the of those murdered by the Nazis and the of their families."