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Newly liberated Jewish women at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp are given clean clothing after showering and being deloused. Ita Deutsch (right) helps her frail sister Friedel Deutsch (left) into a new, clean dress.... Although Friedel lived to see the camp liberated, she died in the camp of typhus a few days after this photograph was taken. Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Near Celle, Lower Saxony, Germany. 18 April 1945.

Sisters Ita Hoffman–Deutsch and Friedel Deutsch shortly after liberation. Friedel died of typhus a few days later. Bergen-Belsen camp, Germany, April 1945 From right to left: Second: Ita Deutsch - Hoffman Third: Friedel Deutsch

Bergen Belsen, Germany, A woman survivor in an improvised shelter after the liberation, April 1945.

Bergen Belsen, Germany, A woman survivor in an improvised shelter after liberation, April 1945

Pictured is the famous diarist and author Anne Frank, who is one of the most known Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank was a young girl who was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and lived most of her life in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. When the Nazis gained control of Germany in 1939, Anne Frank and her family moved to Amsterdam.

This is the room Anne shared in the Annex that Anne Frank, her family, and four others lived in for two years and one month until they were anonymously betrayed to the Nazi authorities, arrested, and deported to their deaths in concentration camps.

Dachau, Germany, Women survivors after being bathed (first time since their internment, given clothes and food and rescuers, after the liberation. What they witnessed and what they did to survive is written on their faces and burned forever in their eyes and memories

Dachau, Germany, Women survivors after being bathed (first time since their internment, given clothes and food and rescuers, after the liberation. What they witnessed and what they did to survive is written on their faces and burned forever in their eyes and memories

Bergen Belsen, Germany, A survivor, after the liberation.

a survivor, after the liberation of bergen belsen concentration camp .

Displaced children - trying to get families together after the war by taking photos and publishing it in the papers

This child was one of millions whose lives were disrupted as a result of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution.

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, APRIL 1945. The bodies of two dead children await burial

The Liberation of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, April The bodies of two dead children await burial

A View Into History: Photos From Dachau Concentration Camp: Experiments at Dachau

A View Into History: Photos From Dachau Concentration Camp

High-Altitute Medical Experiment at Dachau Medical experiment performed at the Dachau concentration camp to determine altitudes at which German pilots could survive.

German residents are forced to bring the dead of nearby concentration camp Wöbbelin to a graveyard after its liberation. Ludwigslust, May, 1945. Everybody knew something TERRIBLE was Happening, but nobody cared and all were scared.  Read more: http://histomil.com/viewtopic.php?f=338&t=3918&start=3810#ixzz3R50UVzzP

German residents are forced to bring the dead of nearby concentration camp Wöbbelin to a graveyard after its liberation. Ludwigslust, northern Germany, May,

W.W. II, Once these camps were discovered, liberating military often forced local German civilians to tour them to see for themselves the atrocities that took place under their noses. "The people around us refused to listen; and even those who listened refused to believe; and even those who believed could not comprehend. Of course they could not. Nobody could. The experience of the camps defies comprehension.”

Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany, inspect a nearby concentration camp under orders of the Airborne Division on May Bodies of victims of German prison camps were found dumped in pits in yard, one pit containing 300 bodies.

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, APRIL 1945 part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit Sick patients lie in beds on the Parade Ground at Camp No 2, Hohne Military Barracks, until space can be found for them indoors.

BU Sick patients lie in beds on the Parade Ground at Camp No 2 Hohne Military Barracks until space can be found for them indoors.

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, APRIL 1945. Major E M Griffen RAMC, Commanding Officer of No 7 Mobile Bacteriological Laboratory, with children in Camp No 2 at Hohne Barracks. Over twenty six days, Major Griffen's unit cleaned and disinfected 11,000 camp inmates.

BU Major E M Griffen RAMC Commanding Officer of No 7 Mobile Bacteriological Laboratory with children in Camp No 2 at Hohne Barracks. Over twenty six days Major Griffen's unit cleaned and disinfected 11 000 camp inmates

Nicholas Winton, El hombre que salvó a 669 niños judíos del holocausto nazi

El hombre que salvó a 669 niños judíos del holocausto nazi

Sir Nicholas George Winton, MBE is a British humanitarian who organized the rescue of 669 mostly Jewish children from German-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of the Second World War, in an ope

View of a row of corpses awaiting burial in the Mauthausen concentration camp following liberation. [Photograph #70154]   Date:	Tuesday, May 01, 1945  Locale:	Mauthausen, [Upper Austria] Austria  Photographer:	Geroge Pippin  Credit:	United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Wesley M. Burritt  Copyright:	United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

row of corpses in the Mauthausen concentration camp 1945 HORRIFIC part of our world's history!

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