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Fot. Archiwum WMZ / East News Byly niemiecki oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau. 1940-1945 N/z: wyglodzona dziewczynka. Fotografia wykonana po wyzwoleniu obozu w 1945.
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Fot. Archiwum WMZ / East News Byly niemiecki oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau. 1940-1945 N/z: wyglodzona wiezniarka po wyzwoleniu obozu w 1945.
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Fot. Archiwum WMZ / East News Byly niemiecki oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau. 1940-1945 N/z: Grupa dzieci wiezniow, pokazujaca swoje numery wytatuowane na rekach. Fotografia wykonana po wyzwoleniu obozu w 1945.
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PHOTO: TADEUSZ KOWALSKI/EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau, karcery w bloku XI, Oswiecim, lata 80.
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PHOTO: TADEUSZ KOWALSKI/EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau, dyzurka w bloku XI, Oswiecim, lata 80.
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PHOTO: TADEUSZ KOWALSKI/EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau, Zyd modlacy sie pod ruinami krematorium, Brzezinka, lata 80.
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PHOTO: TADEUSZ KOWALSKI/EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau, sztucce wiezienne, Brzezinka, lata 80.
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PHOTO: TADEUSZ KOWALSKI/EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau - inscenizacja, Oswiecim, lata 80.
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Widok z baraku na Brame Smierci w obozie koncentracyjnym KL Stuthoff, Sztutowo k. Gdanska, lata 70.
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Treblinka, byly hitlerowski oboz zaglady w Treblince, brukowana droga do pomnika, lata 80.
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Polana w lesie rzuchowskim z masowymi grobami i miejscem, gdzie niegdys staly nazistowskie krematoria. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Polana w lesie rzuchowskim z masowymi grobami i miejscem, gdzie niegdys staly nazistowskie krematoria. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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PHOTO: LECH CHAREWICZ/EAST NEWS Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, 1987. Prace wykopaliskowe przed utworzeniem muzeum - widoczne fragmenty wysadzonych przez Niemcow krematoriow. Oboz Kulmhof byl przede wszystkim osrodkiem zaglady ludnosci zydowskiej z wcielonego do III Rzeszy "Kraju Warty".
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These Jewish children are on their way to Palestine after having been released from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. The girl on the left is from Poland, the boy in the center from Latvia, and the girl on right from Hungary. World War II. Photo: J. E. Myers Germany, 5th June, 1945.
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz SS chief Heinrich Himmler (right), a five-star general, during a visit to the Auschwitz camp in Poland, where he inspects the Monowitz-factories. He is greeted by Rudolf Hoess (left), Commandant of Auschwitz. Poland. 18th July 1942
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Commandant Josef Kramer, wearing a fresh uniform, has his feet shackled and is being guarded by a British soldier before being taken to a prison cage. Kramer was sentenced by a British Military Tribunal in Luneburg and hanged in Hameln, 13th December 1945. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Concentration Camp Dachau Prisoners lining up to go to the assigned work places in the morning. Two guards are watching. Cover of the German magazine Illustrierter Beobachter (Illustrated Observer) with the first picture story about a German concentration camp. Germany. 3rd December 1936
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Concentration Camp Dachau Prisoners lining up and a SS guard in the tower. Picture story in the German magazine Illustrierter Beobachter (Illustrated Observer). The first such story in a German magazine. Germany. 3rd December 1936
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz A barbed wire fence with a sign warning 'Danger High Voltage Danger to Life'. The camp was liberated by soldiers of the Soviet Union in the First Army of the Ukrainian Front, under the command of Marshal Koniev, on 27th January, 1945. Poland. 30th January 1945
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz Corpses of dead prisoners are all over the camp. Most of them had died of starvation, forced labor and lack of disease control. The camp was liberated by soldiers of the Soviet Union in the First Army of the Ukrainian Front, under the command of Marshal Koniev, on 27th January, 1945. Poland. 27th January 1945
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz Women survivors in the barracks at Birkenau. Photo taken from a Russian film about the liberation of the camp. The Soviet First Army of the Ukrainian Front entered Auschwitz on the afternoon of January 27, 1945, finding 7,650 surviving prisoners, 1,200 in Auschwitz I, 5,800 in Auschwitz II-Birkenau, and 650 in Auschwitz III-Buna-Monowitz. Poland. February 1945
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz Card from the hospital files produced by Russian staff after the liberation of the camp. The information about patient No. 16557, reads: Bekrie, Eli, 18 years, from Paris. alimentary dystrophy, third degree. Poland. February 1945
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Anatomy Institute Gdansk Corpses delivered from the Stutthof death camp and other places for use in the "soap-factory" at the Anatomy Institute of the Gdansk Medical Academy. The Institute was under the direction of Professor Rudolf Spanner, who was detained and interrogated in Germany in 1947 and 1948. Poland. May 1945
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Anatomy Institute Gdansk Corpses delivered from the Stutthof death camp and other places for use in the "soap-factory" at the Anatomy Institute of the Gdansk Medical Academy. The Institute was under the direction of Professor Rudolf Spanner, who was detained and interrogated in Germany in 1947 and 1948. Poland. May 1945
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Concentration Camp Map The Map shows concentration camps in Poland. It was published in "Oswiecim Camp Of Death - Underground Poland Speaks", New York. The original Polish underground pamphlet was published in in 1942. Poland. February 1944
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Auschwitz Mugshot Mugshot of prisoner 60287 - Russian boy. These sets of three photos were produced until 1942 to identify prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. Early in 1943 the method of tattooing was adopted. Poland. 1942
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Auschwitz Mugshot Mugshot of prisoner 32557 - a gypsie (Sinti or Roma) woman. These sets of 3 photos were produced until 1942 to identify prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. Early in 1943 the method of tattooing was adopted. Poland. 1942
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Auschwitz Mugshot Mugshot of prisoner 47829 - an Hungarian boy. These sets of 3 photos were produced until 1942 to identify prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. Early in 1943 the method of tattooing was adopted. Poland. 1942
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Auschwitz Mugshot Mugshot of prisoner 57846 - a Frenchman. These sets of 3 photos were produced until 1942 to identify prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. Early in 1943 the method of tattooing was adopted. Poland. 1942
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Auschwitz Mugshot Mugshot of prisoner 22375 - an homosexual man. These sets of 3 photos were produced until 1942 to identify prisoners. Early in 1943 the method of tattooing was adopted. Poland. 1942
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Auschwitz Gas Chamber Men waiting in front of a gas chamber at Auschwitz concentration camp. Seven buildings existed which were used as gas chambers from 1941-1944. The photo was taken by a German guard. Poland. 1943
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Concentration Camp Auschwitz Hungarian women who have been selected to work at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Their heads have been shaved to control the lice that spread typhus. The woman on the left is an auxiliary guard who assists the SS. More than 430,000 Hungarian Jews were deported to Auschwitz. Poland. June, 1944
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The Death Pit One of the most widely reproduced photos of a massacre in Eastern Europe showing an execution possibly by members of a German Sonderkommando and local forces. The picture was first published 1945 in Zaglada Zydostwa Polskiego, Album Zdjec (The Extermination of Polish Jews, an Album of Photographs), by the Jewish Historical Committee in Lodz, which stated that it had been taken in the north-east of Poland. The perpetrators are identified in the caption as "Germans and secret police agents". Poland. 1943
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Einsatzgruppen Massacre Members of a SS Einsatzgruppe (Special Task Forces) are forcing Jews to undress for execution. Front: Max Epstein and his sister Lea (left of center). Skede near Liepaja, Latvia. The photo was taken by Carl Sturm. 1941
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Concentration Camp Neuengamme. Christmas celebration of the SS guards. The camp is located in the southeastern part of Hamburg. Germany. 25th December 1943
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Buchenwald Concentration Camp One of the two shrunken heads of Russian prisoners found in the pathology block of the camp and exhibited after liberation together with tattooed and tanned skin, and a lampshade made of human skin. This head was presented as evidence at the Nuremberg Trials by U.S. Executive Trial Counsel Thomas J. Dodd. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Concentration Camp W?bbelin German civilians have to carry dead inmates of the camp to the graveyard in nearby Ludwigslust, after W?bbelin had been liberated 2nd May 1945 by the 8th US Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division. Holocaust. Germany. 6th May 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Gypsy (Roma and Sinti) women in a barrack block with no bunks in one of the camps after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group 15th April 1945. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentry - were found in the camp. More than 10,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Withdrawal of German troops after the agreement regarding the transfer of Bergen-Belsen to the Allied 21st Army Group had been signed. Subsequently the 11th Armoured Division (The Black Bull) took over the camp. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentry - were found. More than 10,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Liberated women stripping the dead of their clothing for after camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. More than 10,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. Thousands died after liberation. The remaining SS personnel and guards were forced by armed Allied troops to bury the bodies in a pit, the size of a tennis court. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Liberated women stripping the dead of their clothing for after the arrival of the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. Thousands died after liberation. The remaining SS personnel and guards were forced by armed Allied troops to bury the bodies in a pit, the size of a tennis court. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Inmates drag diseased body using a blanket after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. Thousands died after liberation. The remaining SS personnel and guards were forced by armed Allied troops to bury the bodies in a pit, the size of a tennis court. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Corpses of dead inmates are all over the camp after it has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. Thousands died after liberation. The remaining SS personnel and guards were forced by armed Allied troops to bury the bodies in a pit, the size of a tennis court. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. The remaining SS personnel and guards are forced by armed soldiers to deposit the bodies in a pit. The person in front is Dr. Fritz Klein, the camp doctor, making a statement into the microphone set up by BBC's Richard Dimbleby. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A mass grave dug after the camp was turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. Thousands died after liberation. The remaining SS personnel and guards were forced by armed Allied troops to bury the bodies in a pit, the size of a tennis court. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Corpses of inmates in coffins after the camp has been turned over to the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Two children barely alive after the arrival of the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945.
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Corpse of a woman after the arrival of the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. An injured woman has survived the horrors of the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. The only crematoria oven in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Women who have survived the horrors of Belsen, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Treatment of a survivor after the camp has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55.000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Survivors in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Woman survivor in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery barrack block were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Two women survivors in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery barrack block - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. Survivor suffering from typhus at the sick station. in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. A Gypsy (Roma or Sinti) woman suffering from typhus is waiting with other women for medical treatment in the camp, which has been taken over by the Allied 21st Army Group. 55,000 inmates - many suffering from typhus and dysentery - were found in the camp. 13,000 former prisoners died after liberation. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Labor Camp Herten-Langenbochum Former slave workers celebrating their liberation by forces of 9th US Army. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Nammering Victims German civilians are overcome as they walk past the exhumed bodies of some of the 800 slave workers murdered by SS guards near Nammering, Bavaria, and laid here so that townspeople may view the work of their Nazi leaders. Russian and other prisoners of war who have been held in the region were shot; some thrown into the Inn River to drown. In nearby Pocking-Waldstadt, Nazis murdered Jews held in a concentration subcamp, dumping some bodies from moving trains and placing others in hastily dug graves. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Stukenbrock POW Camp Liberated prisoners of Stalag 326 - a POW camp holding 8,610 mostly Russian prisoners after the arrival of United States tank units. Holocaust. Germany. 22nd April 1945
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Ohrdruf Concentration Camp Some of the 1,600 bodies of executed prisoners burned on railroad ties to destroy evidence. U.S. Generals Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley and George Patton inspect the camp after liberation. The camp was discovered by accident on April 5, 1945 by members of the 4th Armored Division of the Third Army. Holocaust. Germany. 12th April 1945
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Buchenwald Concentration Camp Civilians from nearby Weimar are brought into the camp to see the evidence of the atrocities committed. Photo shows the body of a prisoner hanged prior to liberation by the US 3rd Army 11th April 1945. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Buchenwald Concentration Camp Bones of anti-Nazi German women still are in the brick ovens on the crematorium. The ovens were manufactured by J.A. Topf & S?hne, the company which also made the ovens for the notorious death camps in what is now Poland. These ovens used coke for fuel and by the end of the war, the shortage of fuel resulted in a pile of bodies in the camp, waiting to be buried. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Buchenwald Concentration Camp. One of the two shrunken heads of Russian POWs found in the pathology block of the camp and exhibited after liberation together with tattooed and tanned skin, and a lampshade made of human skin. This head was presented as evidence at the Nuremberg Trials by U.S. Executive Trial Counsel Thomas J. Dodd. Buchenwald, near Weimar, was liberated by US Army forces on April 11, 1945. Holocaust. Germany. 16th April 1945
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Ohrdruf Concentration Camp General George S. Patton (1885 - 1945, left), General Omar Bradley (1893 - 1981, second from left) and General Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890 - 1969, right) visit Ohrdruf forced labor camp near Gotha in Germany, following its liberation by US troops, 12th April 1945. The man in the center, wearing a scarf, posed as one of the survivors and served as a guide for General Eisenhower and his entourage. General Patton wrote in his memoirs that the next day the guide was killed by some of the inmates, because he was not a prisoner at all, but one of the executioners. Photo: William Newhouse. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp A few of the survivors of Auschwitz I are standing near the fence during the arrival of the Red Army. Soldiers of the Soviet Union in the First Army of the Ukrainian Front, under the command of Marshal Ivan Stepanovich Koniev (1897 - 1973) liberated the camp. Holocaust. Poland. 27th January 1945
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Extermination Camp Nordhausen A French slave worker sitting inside a hangar after liberation by the 104th US Infantry Division. This sub-camp of the camp Dora-Mittelbau) served as a "Vernichtungslager", an extermination camp for sick prisoners. Holocaust. Germany. 12th April 1945
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Penig Concentration Camp Three of the 600 Jewish women from Hungary who worked in airplane factory; near Penig, a sub-camp of Buchenwald. SS guards evacuated all those prisoners who could still walk upon the approach of the 6th US Armored Division, leaving behind those too ill to move. Women in the camp suffered from starvation, typhus, diphtheria, and tuberculosis. Holocaust. Germany. 12th April 1945
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Penig Concentration Camp A Jewish women from Hungary at Penig, a sub-camp of Buchenwald. SS guards evacuated all those prisoners who could still walk upon the approach of the 6th US Armored Division, leaving behind those too ill to move. Women in the camp suffered from starvation, typhus, diphtheria, and tuberculosis. Holocaust. Germany. 12th April 1945
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Gusen Concentration Camp The Hungarian Jewish stage actress from Budapest, Livia Nador, sits outside on a stool ]after liberation by US forces. Holocaust. Photo: Ignatius Gallo. Holocaust. Austria. 6th May 1945
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp Russian soldiers are inspecting one of the storage facilities. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were mostly ill and dying. Holocaust. Poland. 28th January 1945
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp Russian soldiers inspecting a pile of clothing items. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were mostly ill and dying. Holocaust. Poland. 28th January 1945
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp Two children in the medical station. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were mostly ill and dying. Holocaust. Poland. February 1945
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp Boy in the medical station. Bleier, Stephan 14 years, from Hungary, alimentary dystrophy, second degree. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were mostly ill and dying. It is estimated that at minimum 1.3 million people were deported to Auschwitz between 1940 and 1945; of these, more than one million were murdered. Holocaust. Poland. February 1945
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Buchenwald Concentration Camp Former prisoners from many countries after liberation of the camp by US Army forces. Holocaust. Germany. 15th April 1945
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Concentration Camp Buchenwald A former prisoner stands next to a pile of ashes from the crematorium after liberation of the camp by US Army forces. Holocaust. Germany. Photo by Ardean R. Miller. 18th April 1945
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sinti under police surveillance on K?nigstra?e in Asperg, district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. They will be locked up at Hohenasperg prison prior to deportation to camps in Poland. Holocaust. Germany. 22nd May 1940
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Deportation Of Sinti And Roma An old man in Asperg prior to deportation to a camp in Poland. District of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg. Holocaust. Germany. May 1940
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sinti in the courtyard of Hohenasperg prison prior to deportation to a camp in Poland. District of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg. Holocaust. Germany. 22nd May 1940
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sinti in the train that will take them to a camp in Poland. Asperg, District of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Holocaust. Germany. 22nd May 1940
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sinti camp targeted by the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF), which provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Holocaust. Germany. 1940
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Dr. Robert Ritter, head of the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reich Bureau for Health at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF), taking blood sample as part of research, which provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Holocaust. Germany. 1938
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Dr. Robert Ritter, head of the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reich Bureau for Health at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF), conducting interview with an old woman. His research provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Holocaust. Germany. 1938
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Eva Justin of the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reich Bureau for Health at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF), conducting interview with an old woman. Her research provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Holocaust. Germany. 1938
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sophie Ehrhardt of the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reich Bureau for Health at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF), conducting interview with an old woman. Her research provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Ehrhardt continued her academic career in Tubingen after the war. Holocaust. Germany. 1938
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation A young woman with child in a camp during an investigation conducted by the Racial Hygiene Research Centre at the Reich Bureau for Health at the Reichsgesundheitsamt (RHF). This research provided the pseudo-scientific basis for the extermination and forced sterilization of thousands of Sinti and Roma. After completion of the research deportations to Poland started. Holocaust. Germany. 1938
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Concentration Camp Buchenwald In the crematorium cellar mortuary, former prisoners demonstrate to a group of American GIs how inmates were hanged from hooks in the wall. Holocaust. Germany. Photo by Ardean R. Miller. 18th April 1945
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Concentration Camp Buchenwald A liberated prisoner eating from a soup bowl. General George S. Patton ordered the population of the nearby town of Weimar to visit the camp April 16. Holocaust. Germany. Photo by Ardean R. Miller. 18th April1945
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Star of David Badge This badge - also known as Jewish Badge, Yellow Badge or Yellow Patch was worn on a concentration camp uniform. The yellow badge that was compulsory in the Middle Ages was revived by the German Nazis after the invasion of Poland in 1939. The requirement to wear the Star of David with the word Jude (German for Jew) inscribed was then extended to all Jews over the age of six in the Reich by a decree issued in 1941. Holocaust. Poland. 1941
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Star Of David Badge, Back This badge - also known as Jewish Badge, Yellow Badge or Yellow Patch was worn on a concentration camp uniform. The yellow badge that was compulsory in the Middle Ages was revived by the German Nazis after the invasion of Poland in 1939. The requirement to wear the Star of David with the word Jude (German for Jew) inscribed was then extended to all Jews over the age of six in the Reich by a decree issued in 1941. Holocaust. Poland. 1941
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Holocaust Tarot Card The card was created by a Boris Kobe, a Slovenian architect and prisoner at Allach Concentration Camp, a sub-camp of Dachau in Germany. Each card depcits an aspect of life in the camp.The cards were probably produced after liberation of the camp. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Holocaust Tarot Card The card was created by a Boris Kobe, a Slovenian architect and prisoner at Allach Concentration Camp, a sub-camp of Dachau in Germany. Each card depcits an aspect of life in the camp. This one shows a prisoner with a sign saying "I am back again" after a failed attempt to escape,The cards were probably produced after liberation o the camp. Holocaust. Germany. April 1945
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Gypsy (Sinti and Roma) Deportation Sinti under police surveillance are marching down K?nigstra?e (corner of Kelterstra?e) in Asperg, district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. They will be locked up at Hohenasperg prison prior to deportation to camps in Poland. Holocaust. Germany. 22nd May 1940
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PHOTO: ARCHIWUM ZAJDLER / EAST NEWS "Sciana Stracen w Auschwitz-Birkenau", mal. W.Siwek.
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PHOTO: ARCHIWUM ZAJDLER / EAST NEWS "Przywitanie na Heinklu", mal. W.Siwek. Przyjazd transportu wiezniow zydowskich do obozu Auschwitz-Birkenau.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Polish children, numbered and photographed after arriving at Auschwitz, appear here in an undated photo taken from Poland's State Museum Oswiacim and made available by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS / MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI Oboz koncentracyjny w Buchenwaldzie - furmanka do ludzkiego zaprzegu, tzw. "spiewajace konie", najtansza sila pociagowa w obozie, 1941-1945. CONCENTRATION CAMP IN BUCHENWALD - HUMAN-DRAWN CART, 1941-1945.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS / MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI Oboz koncentracyjny w Buchenwaldzie - apel w obozie, zdjecie wykonane z wiezy wartowniczej przez zolnierza SS, 1941-1945. CONCENTRATION CAMP IN BUCHENWALD - ASSEMBLY IN CAMP, 1941-1945.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS / MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI Oboz koncentracyjny w Buchenwaldzie - kamieniolomy, 1941-1945. CONCENTRATION CAMP IN BUCHENWALD - QUARRY, 1941-1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny Hasag-Pelcery w Czestochowie, 1945. CONCENTRATION CAMP HASAG-PELCERY IN CZESTOCHOWA, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Pogrzeb ostatnich 440 ofiar obozu koncentracyjnego w Oswiecimiu, 08.02.1945. FUNERAL OF LAST 440 DEAD OF OSWIECIM CONCENTRATION CAMP (AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU), 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Oswiecim-Brzezinka - tzw. "Baseny smierci", 1945. SO CALLED "POOLS OF DEATH" IN OSWIECIM CONCENTRATION CAMP (AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU), 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Tzw. "Brama Smierci" obozu w Oswiecimiu, 1945. SO CALLED "GATE OF DEATH" IN OSWIECIM CAMP (AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU), 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny w Dachau kolo Monachium ?- stan bezposrednio po wyzwoleniu, 1945. CONCENTRATION CAMP IN DACHAU NEAR MUNICH JUST AFTER LIBERATION, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Oboz koncentracyjny w Dachau kolo Monachium ?- brama wjazdowa, 1945. MAIN GATE IN DACHAU CONCENTRATION CAMP, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Egzekucja kobiety w Oswiecimiu, 1943. WOMAN EXECUTION IN OSWIECIM, 1943.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Fragment wnetrza krematorium w Majdanku k/Lublina. INSIDE CREMATORIUM IN MAJDANEK, 1944.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Krematorium - tzw. Leichentragerzy transportuja cialo zamordowanego do krematorium - zdjecie wykonane po wyzwoleniu obozu, 15.04.1945. CREMATORY - PRISONERS WITH DEAD BODY IN BERGEN-BELSEN CAMP, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Krematorium - wiezniowie z cialem zmarlego w obozie koncentracyjnym w Bergen-Belsen ?- zdjecie wykonane po wyzwoleniu obozu, 15.04.1945. CREMATORY - PRISONERS WITH DEAD BODY NEAR CREMATOR IN BERGEN-BELSEN CAMP, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Krematorium - wiezniowie z cialem zmarlego w obozie koncentracyjnym w Bergen-Belsen ?- zdjecie wykonane po wyzwoleniu obozu, 15.04.1945. CREMATORY - PRISONERS WITH DEAD BODY NEAR CREMATOR IN BERGEN-BELSEN CAMP, 1945.
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PHOTO: MUZEUM NIEPODLEGLOSCI / EAST NEWS Krematorium - wiezniowie z cialem zmarlego w obozie koncentracyjnym w Bergen-Belsen ?- zdjecie wykonane po wyzwoleniu obozu, 15.04.1945. CREMATORY - PRISONERS WITH DEAD BODY NEAR CREMATOR IN BERGEN-BELSEN CAMP, 1945.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS Ojciec Swiety Benedykt XVI z wizyta w obozie koncentracyjnym w Auschwitz - Birkenau podczas czterodniowej pielgrzymki po Polsce. First visit of pope Benedict XVI to Poland Visit to Auschwitz death camp
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS Ojciec Swiety Benedykt XVI z wizyta w obozie koncentracyjnym w Auschwitz - Birkenau podczas czterodniowej pielgrzymki po Polsce. First visit of pope Benedict XVI to Poland Visit to Auschwitz death camp
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/TOMASZ ZUKOWSKI Polska. Na zdjeciu:Kopia zaswiadzcenia z Auschwitz z dnia 08.05.1945 nalezaca do pierwszego polskiego wieznia obozu koncentracyjanego w Oswiecimiu.Byl nim Stanislaw Ryniak (ur.21 listopada 1915 w Sanoku -zmarl luty 2004 we Wroc??awiu), in??ynier architekt, pierwszy polski wiA?zie?" obozu koncentracyjnego w O??wiA?cimiu. Zostal aresztowany przez Gestapo w 1940 roku. Otrzyma?? numer obozowy 31; ni??sze numery nosili wiA???niowie niemieccy, aresztowani za przestA?pstwa kryminalne, spe??niajA?cy w obozie role funkcyjne (blokowych i kapo). Przebywa?? w obozie do pa??dziernika 1944, kiedy wraz z transportem trafi?? do podobozu w Litomierzycach - KL Flossenb??rg. Tam doczeka?? wyzwolenia 8 maja 1945. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Poland.Oswiecim. On the picture: Copy of the Auschwitz testimonial from 08.05.45. which belonged to first Polish prisoners in the camp. The man was Stanislaw Ryniak (born in 1915, died 2004), architect.He was arrested by Gestapo in 1940 and stayed in the camp till Oct.1944. Then he was transported to KL Flossenburg where he stayed his release in May 8th, 1945. In Auschwitz he was tatooed with the prisoner's number:31 which usually was given to criminal prisoners.
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Fot. Lech Charewicz/East News Oboz zaglady Kulmhof we wsi Chelmno nad Nerem, koniec lat 80. N/Z: pozostalosci krematorium
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