Explore Us Army, The Death and more!

Flossenbuerg concentration camp- Fedor Rusakow-DOB 01/05/1913- inmate #255 interned into the death camp 13/5/1943- Liberated by the US Army 1945.(Poppa xxx)

Flossenbuerg concentration camp- Fedor Rusakow-DOB inmate interned into the death camp Liberated by the US Army xxx)

Victims of a forced march between concentration camps of Buchenwald and Flossenburg, 1945. In this photograph taken in April 1945, German civilians are being forced to file past the bodies of victims murdered at the village of Namering by SS guards during a forced march from Buchenwald and Flossenburg concentration camps.

German Civilians, victims of a forced march between Buchenwald and Flossenburg Concentration Camps, being forced to file past the bodies of victims murdered at the village of Namering by SS guards.

Slave labor at Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp (1938 - 1945) in Austria. Unlike many other concentration camps, which were intended for all categories of prisoners, Mauthausen was mostly used for extermination through labour of the intelligentsia, who were educated and members of the higher social classes in countries subjugated by the Nazi regime.

Forced labor in the quarry of the Mauthausen concentration camp. Austria, date uncertain. — National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.

Flossenbürg concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Germany

Flossenbürg concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Germany

He learned to appreciate people, noting how “separation first makes it clear that often we take too little trouble to get together in normal times.” Like never before, he grasped our common need for quiet and solitude: “You need to get right down to fundamentals, to come to terms with life, and for that you need plenty of time to yourself.”

The interior of the quarantine barracks in the Flossenbürg concentration camp that was intended to house 1500 prisoners;

Flossenburg, Germany, A general view of the camp after liberation.

Flossenburg, Germany, A general view of the camp after liberation.

Barracks at Natzweiler-Struthof prior to its destruction in 1954.

Barracks at Natzweiler-Struthof prior to its destruction in

Crematorium at Nordhaousen (Dora-Mittelbau)

Crematorium at Nordhaousen (Dora-Mittelbau)

Ovens in concentration camp Herzogenbusch (camp Vught), The Netherlands.

Ovens in concentration camp Herzogenbusch (camp Vught), The Netherlands.

Flossenbuerg concentration camp

very rare original ID document of a female guard at Flossenbuerg concentration camp

Pinterest
Search