German civilians of Ludwigsluts, Germany, file past the graves of the 200 victims of starvation and torture in the Nazi concentration camp near Wobbelin, Germany. The bodies were brought here for burial by German civilians under the supervision of soldiers of the 82nd airborne division.
Never before seen images show the liberation of Dachau, the first of the thousands of concentration camps that sprang up across Germany after the Nazis swept into power. Dachau was liberated by American troops on April 29, 1945. By that time over 200,000 people from all over Europe had been imprisoned there. An estimated 41,500 of these were murdered.
In the picture: Jews from Hungary standing on the unloading ramp of the Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp most probably on May 26, 1944 - original black & white picture and a colorized version by Dana Keller (https://www.facebook.com/HistoryInColor). The little girl standing in the middle wearing a scarf and holding a bag in her hand is Iren Klein. Behind her there is a women holding a boy on her hands: these are Irina Berkovics and her son Adalbert Avrom Berkovics.