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Bodies and bones of dead prisoners lie piled near the fence of the Landsberg concentration camp. The original caption reads: "Dead burning Jews of concentration camp in Landsberg, Germany". [Photograph #71955] Date:	Sunday, April 29, 1945 - Wednesday, May 02, 1945  Locale:	Landsberg, [Bavaria] Germany  Credit:	United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Albright College  Copyright:	United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Bodies and bones of dead prisoners lie piled near the fence of the Landsberg concentration camp. Dead Jews burned at concentration camp in Landsberg, Germany. [Photograph Date: Sunday, April 1945 - Wednesday, May

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Chief of the German Police and Minister of the Interior Heinrich Himmler with his daughter Gudrun on his lap watch an indoor sports display in Berlin (March 6, 1938). After the allied victory, she was arrested and made to testify at the Nuremberg trials. Having never renounced Nazi ideology, she has consistently fought to defend her father’s reputation, and has become closely involved in neo-Nazi groups that give support to ex-members of the SS. She married Wulf Dieter Burwitz, an official…

The Lebensborn project was one of most secret and terrifying Nazi projects: - Heinrich Himmler

On April 13, more than a thousand prisoners, many of them sick and too weak to march any further, were taken from the town of Gardelegen to a large barn on the Isenschnibbe estate and forced inside the building. The assembled guards then barricaded the doors and set fire to gasoline-soaked straw. Prisoners who escaped by digging under the barn's walls were killed by the guards. The next day, the SS and local auxiliaries returned to dispose of the evidence of their crime planning to…

Remember: The Gardelegen massacre April The Germans set fire to the barn, and shot prisoners who tried to escape the flames.

Bełzec extermination camp. Pic by Frank Oddbjørn Sandbye-Ruud, Auschwitz Study Group member

Pic by Frank Oddbjørn Sandbye-Ruud, Auschwitz Study Group member

A German civilian forced to view corpes of inmates at the Flossenbürg Concentration Camp.  Just inside the German border with Czechoslovakia, Flossenbürg was a camp originally meant for criminals and Jews, though it eventually held p.o.w.s and political prisoners, as well.  In addition, pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, head of the Abwehr, or Intelligence Agency, were held and executed at the camp after their plot to kill Hitler failed.  30,000 people perished at the…

A German civilian forced to view corpes of inmates at the Flossenbürg…

Dachau, Germany, Postwar, The west fence and a guard tower. - Yad Vashem Photo Archive

Dachau, Germany, Postwar, The west fence and a guard tower.

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SS guards of the Dachau concentration camp lie dead next to observation tower B shot by men of the US 42nd Infantry Division. In all, some 500 SS were "neutralized" according to General Eisenhower.

SS guards of the Dachau concentration camp lie dead next to observation tower B shot by men of the US Infantry Division. In all, some 500 SS were "neutralized" according to General Eisenhower. The Real Deal/// Dads Days in Germany 1945

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An Inside Look at Dachau - Germany's First Nazi Concentration Camp

A Look at Dachau - Germany's First Nazi Concentration Camp

An Inside Look at Dachau - Germany's First Nazi Concentration Camp

Dachau, Germany, Inmates' clothes hanging on a rope outside the crematorium building.

Dachau, Germany, Inmates' clothes hanging on a rope outside the crematorium building.

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