German soldiers made to load victims of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp onto a truck, Germany, 17 Apr 1945; note British troops in background with Sten submachine gun and Lee-Enfield riflesWomen and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British soldier looked on while SS Guards were forced to load bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims onto a truck, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British Army bulldozer pushed bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims into a mass grave, Germany, 19 Apr 1945; note driver had to cover nose and mouth with handkerchief
German soldiers made to load victims of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp onto a truck, Germany, 17 Apr 1945; note British troops in background with Sten submachine gun and Lee-Enfield riflesWomen and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British soldier looked on while SS Guards were forced to load bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims onto a truck, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945A British Army bulldozer pushed bodies of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp victims into a mass grave, Germany, 19 Apr 1945; note driver had to cover nose and mouth with handkerchief
British soldiers supervised the distribution of food to former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Apr 1945German SS women made to bury victims of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 28 Apr 1945Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp
British soldiers supervised the distribution of food to former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Apr 1945German SS women made to bury victims of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Germany, 28 Apr 1945Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp's cleansing station where, during Nazi occupation, sick inmates were washed and deloused, Germany, 1-4 May 1945


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