Holocaust

 

63-401-3 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

63-401-4 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

63-401-7 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

63-401-8 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

63-401-12 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

63-401-14 (source unknown)

Former inmates of German concentration camps who later became citizens of Isareal

   

66-699-358 (USA)

April 12, 1945
A portion of the bodies found by U.S. troops when they arrived at Nordhausen concentration camp

 

   

66-699-359 (USA)

April 14, 1945
Pile of ashes and bones found by U.S. soldiers at Buchenwald concentration camp

   

66-699-361 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE, Omar Bradley, and George Patton are given a tour of Ohrdruf concentration camp. Here they visit a burial pit containing the charred remains of prisoners who were burned to death at Ohrdruf.

   

68-509-2 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE views the gallows at Ohrdruf

   

68-509-4 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE listens as 1st LT. Alois J. Liethen of Appleton, WI, who served as the interpreter for the tour of Ohrdruf, questions their guide

   

71-321-2 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE views the charred bodies of prisoners at Ohrdruf

   

71-321-3 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE walks around a cluster of bodies of prisoners who were left lying where slain at Ohrdruf

   

71-374 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE watches as survivors of Ohrdruf demonstrate torture methods used at the camp

   

86-12-2 (USA)

April 12, 1945
Bodies of prisoners of Ohrdruf stacked like cord-wood

   

86-12-3 (USA)

April 12, 1945
DDE views the charred bodies of prisoners at Ohrdruf

   

94-3-50 (USA)

April 23, 1945
Tattoo that was part of a man's body. It was skinned off by Nazi SS men and used as a decoration on the wall of their quarters at Buchenwald concentration camp.

   

94-3-52 (USA)

April 10, 1945
Partially burned bodies left by retreating Nazis at Ohrdruf concentration camp. The bodies were stacked one layer of bodies and one layer of wood for about six or seven feet in height.

   

94-3-63 (USA)

April 14, 1945
Men and young boys showing how they slept at the camp near Weimar, Germany.

   

94-3-64 (USA)

April 23, 1945
Sleeping conditions for the prisoners at Buchenwald.