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Prisoners barracks, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 1942Crematorium at Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, Apr 1945
Prisoners barracks, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 1942Crematorium at Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, Apr 1945
Two US soldiers looking at a sign made by prisoners of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 23 Apr 1945German civilians exhuming remains of 140 prisoners originally from Flossenbürg Concentration Camp about 50km to the northeast, near Schwarzenfeld, Germany, 24 Apr 1945
Two US soldiers looking at a sign made by prisoners of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 23 Apr 1945German civilians exhuming remains of 140 prisoners originally from Flossenbürg Concentration Camp about 50km to the northeast, near Schwarzenfeld, Germany, 24 Apr 1945
Barracks, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, Apr-May 1945Main gate of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1945
Barracks, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, Apr-May 1945Main gate of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1945
US soldiers looking at a large pile of shoes belonging to prisoners who had perished at Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1945Fence, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 3 May 1945
US soldiers looking at a large pile of shoes belonging to prisoners who had perished at Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1945Fence, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 3 May 1945
German civilians using ox carts to transport corpses of prisoners out of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp for burial, Germany, 3 May 1945; note Recently liberated prisoners of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp recovering from typhus, Germany, 3 May 1945
German civilians using ox carts to transport corpses of prisoners out of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp for burial, Germany, 3 May 1945; note 'Arbeit macht frei' slogan on the gateRecently liberated prisoners of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp recovering from typhus, Germany, 3 May 1945
Technical Sergeant James Flaha of US 97th Infantry Division band at a funeral for former Flossenbürg Concentration Camp prisoners who had died after liberation shortly after liberation, Germany, 3 May 1945An aircraft factory located near Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, operated with forced laborers from the camp during the war, Germany, 4 May 1945
Technical Sergeant James Flaha of US 97th Infantry Division band at a funeral for former Flossenbürg Concentration Camp prisoners who had died after liberation shortly after liberation, Germany, 3 May 1945An aircraft factory located near Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, operated with forced laborers from the camp during the war, Germany, 4 May 1945
Quarry, near Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 5 May 1945Father Lelere, a former prisoner of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, testifying at the trials of former camp personnel, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Jun 1946; note court interpreter Fred Stecker at right
Quarry, near Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany, 5 May 1945Father Lelere, a former prisoner of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, testifying at the trials of former camp personnel, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Jun 1946; note court interpreter Fred Stecker at right
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