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SS-Untersturmführer Heinrich Wicker (mostly hidden behind aide) speaking with US General Henning Linden, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; also present were journalist Paul Levy (with helmet, looking down), Dr. Victor Maurer (facing away)US Army troops executing German SS guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945An American soldier standing beside the bodies of SS personnel shot by US troops during the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29-30 Apr 1945A recently-liberated Buchenwald Concentration Camp survivor, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-Jun 1945
SS-Untersturmführer Heinrich Wicker (mostly hidden behind aide) speaking with US General Henning Linden, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945; also present were journalist Paul Levy (with helmet, looking down), Dr. Victor Maurer (facing away)US Army troops executing German SS guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29 Apr 1945An American soldier standing beside the bodies of SS personnel shot by US troops during the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 29-30 Apr 1945A recently-liberated Buchenwald Concentration Camp survivor, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-Jun 1945
American soldiers inspecting a train car full of dead prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, circa May 1945Boxes of gold caps and dentures removed from prisoners in Buchenwald Concentration Camps, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-May 1945Civilians from Landsberg am Lech, Germany carrying the remains of a Landsberg Concentration Camp prisoner to a burial site, Apr-May 1945Corpse of a prisoner of the Leipzig-Thekla subcamp of Buchenwald Concentration Camp on a barbed wire fence, near Weimar, Germany, 1945
American soldiers inspecting a train car full of dead prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, circa May 1945Boxes of gold caps and dentures removed from prisoners in Buchenwald Concentration Camps, near Weimar, Germany, Apr-May 1945Civilians from Landsberg am Lech, Germany carrying the remains of a Landsberg Concentration Camp prisoner to a burial site, Apr-May 1945Corpse of a prisoner of the Leipzig-Thekla subcamp of Buchenwald Concentration Camp on a barbed wire fence, near Weimar, Germany, 1945
Gate of the Auschwitz, 1945Liberated prisoners killing German guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, early May 1945Polish prisoners celebrating, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, late Apr or early May 1945SS officer Johann Baptist Eichelsdörfer, Commandant of Kaufering IV Konzentrationslager in Landsberg in Germany, among victims, late Apr or early May 1945
Gate of the Auschwitz, 1945Liberated prisoners killing German guards at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, early May 1945Polish prisoners celebrating, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, late Apr or early May 1945SS officer Johann Baptist Eichelsdörfer, Commandant of Kaufering IV Konzentrationslager in Landsberg in Germany, among victims, late Apr or early May 1945
Victims at the Landsberg Concentration Camp, Landsberg am Lech, Germany, Apr-May 1945; General Charles Palmer described them as having suffered from typhus and liceVictims of the death train that traveled from Buchenwald Concentration Camp to Dachau Concentration Camp during Apr 1945; photo taken at Dachau, Germany in late Apr or early May 1945Bergen-Belsen Concentration CampAfter liberating Dachau concentration camp, members of the US 42nd Division inspecting a railroad carriage full of dead prisoners, May 1945.
Victims at the Landsberg Concentration Camp, Landsberg am Lech, Germany, Apr-May 1945; General Charles Palmer described them as having suffered from typhus and liceVictims of the death train that traveled from Buchenwald Concentration Camp to Dachau Concentration Camp during Apr 1945; photo taken at Dachau, Germany in late Apr or early May 1945Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp's cleansing station where, during Nazi occupation, sick inmates were washed and deloused, Germany, 1-4 May 1945After liberating Dachau concentration camp, members of the US 42nd Division inspecting a railroad carriage full of dead prisoners, May 1945.
Prisoners at Dachau concentration camp cheer as the US 42nd Division moves in to liberate the camp, 3 May 1945PrisonersRings left by Buchenwald concentration camp victims, 5 May 1945Former prisoners of Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp welcoming the troops of 11th Armored Division of US Third Army, Austria, 6 May 1945
Prisoners at Dachau concentration camp cheer as the US 42nd Division moves in to liberate the camp, 3 May 1945Prisoners' barracks, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 3 May 1945Rings left by Buchenwald concentration camp victims, 5 May 1945Former prisoners of Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp welcoming the troops of 11th Armored Division of US Third Army, Austria, 6 May 1945

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