Auschwitz, Poland, Execution wall between Block 10 and Block 11 in the camp, Postwar. Block No. 11 was known by the prisoners of Auschwitz as "the death block." Here, the SS placed male and female prisoners from all over the camp who were suspected by the camp Gestapo for any small infraction. They were subjected to brutal interrogation that usually ended in a sentence of death by being shot or hanged.
Spreading untruths: Members of the U.S. Army Signal Corps Company-C, 3103rd Battalion are pictured with their guidon. They helped Allied Forces turn the phony 1st U.S. Army Group into reality for the Germans during World War II. U.S. Cleveland of Punta Gorda is the young lieutenant squatting in the front row fourth from the right.