Dead prisoners of Mittelbau-Dora Concentration Camp on barracks floors as discovered by members of US 1st Army, Nordhausen, Germany, 11 Apr 1945

Caption   Dead prisoners of Mittelbau-Dora Concentration Camp on barracks floors as discovered by members of US 1st Army, Nordhausen, Germany, 11 Apr 1945 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Library of Congress
Identification Code   LC-USZ62-113709
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Discovery of Concentration Camps and the Holocaust   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 11 Apr 1945
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 9 Feb 2009

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Eka Mulya J says:
31 Aug 2011 07:56:02 PM

...and many still believe that the hollocaust was just a fiction. even with evidences such as this.
2. Sig says:
26 Jun 2016 06:39:00 AM

Not executed by the Germans, the camp was bombed by the US Airforce with thousands of dead prisoners at the rocket assembly plant according to Martin Broszat book "The Anatomy of the SS State".

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