It included a mousepad titled "Massacre Auschwitcz Birkenau Jewish Death" with the name of the concentration camp spelled incorrectly and a Christmas tree decoration featuring with a freight auto "used for deporting Jews for extermination", the museum said.More news: Chrissy Teigen turned John Legend's 'Sexiest Man' cover into pajamas
The museum at the site of the former camp in southern Poland tweeted screenshots of the items showing train tracks and barracks and requested that Amazon remove them from their site. According to the Amazon listing, the items were created by a maker called Fcheng, but are being shipped and sold on the site by Eidecot. "The products in question have been removed", she said.
The bottle opener features an image of the barbed wire fencing at the camp in Poland described by the seller as "a lovely pattern nested in the middle".
The policy, however, does not apply to books, music and DVDs.More news: Apple may provide Airpods with its 2020 iPhones
"We promote trust and respect, as well as adherence to the law".
Nazi Germany killed 1.1 million people at the death camp, a lot of them Jews, during its occupation of Poland during World War II.
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The memorial credited followers for helping to have the products removed from the site. "Thank you everyone for your activity and response".