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Women and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 1 of 3.
Women and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 1 of 3.
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 2 of 3.Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 3 of 3.
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 2 of 3.Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 3 of 3.
A British soldier looked on while SS Guards were forced to load bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims onto a truck, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British Army bulldozer pushed bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims into a mass grave, Germany, 19 Apr 1945; note driver had to cover nose and mouth with handkerchief
A British soldier looked on while SS Guards were forced to load bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims onto a truck, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British Army bulldozer pushed bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims into a mass grave, Germany, 19 Apr 1945; note driver had to cover nose and mouth with handkerchief
British soldiers supervised the distribution of food to former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Apr 1945Two US soldiers looking at a sign made by prisoners of Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp, Germany, 23 Apr 1945
British soldiers supervised the distribution of food to former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Apr 1945Two US soldiers looking at a sign made by prisoners of Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp, Germany, 23 Apr 1945
German civilians exhuming remains of 140 prisoners originally from Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp about 50km to the northeast, near Schwarzenfeld, Germany, 24 Apr 1945US Senator Alben Barkley visiting Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Weimar, Germany, 24 Apr 1945
German civilians exhuming remains of 140 prisoners originally from Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp about 50km to the northeast, near Schwarzenfeld, Germany, 24 Apr 1945US Senator Alben Barkley visiting Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Weimar, Germany, 24 Apr 1945
German SS women made to bury victims of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 28 Apr 1945Kaufering Concentration Camp, southern Germany, 29 Apr 1945
German SS women made to bury victims of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 28 Apr 1945Kaufering Concentration Camp, southern Germany, 29 Apr 1945
Prisoners celebrating the arrival of United States Army troops, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945Prisoners celebrating, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; note female prisoners in foreground
Prisoners celebrating the arrival of United States Army troops, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945Prisoners celebrating, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; note female prisoners in foreground
Prisoners from Dachau on a forced march along N├Ârdliche M├╝nchner Street in Gr├╝nwald, Germany toward camps deeper in Germany as Allied forces closed in, 29 Apr 1945SS-Untersturmf├╝hrer Heinrich Wicker (mostly hidden behind aide) speaking with US General Henning Linden, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; also present were journalist Paul Levy (with helmet, looking down), Dr. Victor Maurer (facing away)
Prisoners from Dachau on a forced march along N├Ârdliche M├╝nchner Street in Gr├╝nwald, Germany toward camps deeper in Germany as Allied forces closed in, 29 Apr 1945SS-Untersturmf├╝hrer Heinrich Wicker (mostly hidden behind aide) speaking with US General Henning Linden, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; also present were journalist Paul Levy (with helmet, looking down), Dr. Victor Maurer (facing away)
US Army troops executing German SS guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945An American soldier standing beside the bodies of SS personnel shot by US troops during the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29-30 Apr 1945
US Army troops executing German SS guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945An American soldier standing beside the bodies of SS personnel shot by US troops during the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29-30 Apr 1945
A recently-liberated Buchenwald Concentration Camp survivor, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-Jun 1945American soldiers inspecting a train car full of dead prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, circa May 1945
A recently-liberated Buchenwald Concentration Camp survivor, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-Jun 1945American soldiers inspecting a train car full of dead prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, circa May 1945

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