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Exterior view of the house belonging to the school mistress where Klara, Alfred and Ernst Moritz stayed after arriving in France.
#91146

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View of crematorium ovens at the Majdanek concentration camp after the liberation. #05548

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An aerial photograph of the Treblinka area. #04403

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An aerial photo of the area around the Treblinka concentration camp. [oversize print]. #04163

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An aerial photo of the area around the Treblinka concentration camp taken by the German air force. #04376

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Bales of the hair of female prisoners found in the warehouses of Auschwitz at the liberation. #85742

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The grain elevator, where Jews were kept before they were loaded into gassing vans, killed, and then taken to the forest for cremation. #63766

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A view of the Auschwitz II camp showing the barracks of the camp. #04412

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View of the execution wall next to Block 11 in the Auschwitz I camp after liberation. The original wall was dismanteled in February 1944. This photo is thought to most likely have been taken in late 1946 or early 1947. #14843

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A view of the electrified fence in Auschwitz. #85905

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A view of the barracks from a watch tower in Majdanek. #50517

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A mill where Jews were kept before transportation to the camp for execution. #63759

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A house where the belongings of Jews killed at Chelmno were kept. #51703

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A warehouse filled with containers of Zyklon B (poison gas pellets) at the Majdanek death camp. #50575

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A door to a de-lousing chamber in Auschwitz. The note reads: Harmful gas! Entering endangers your life. #14614

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Watch tower #3 in the North-West part of Trzebinia, sub-camp of Auschwitz. #51031

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An aerial view of the camp. #10329

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Corpses of Auschwitz prisoners in block 11 of the main camp (Auschwitz I), as discovered by Soviet war crimes investigators. #08858

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A German aerial photograph of the Auschwitz area. #04409

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View of the "Canada" warehouses in Auschwitz I behind a barbed wire fence. #50788

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View of a road in the Auschwitz concentration camp separating rows of barracks and leading to a guard tower with, in the background, the crematorium I on the left and the Politische Abteilung's offices on the right. #50787

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View of a road in the Auschwitz concentration camp. #50782

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A view of the Auschwitz concentration camp after liberation. #04857

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An aerial reconnaissance photograph of the Majdanek camp located outside of Lublin. #04370

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A heap of children's clothing that had been confiscated from arriving prisoners, stored in a warehouse in Auschwitz. #85801

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Suitcases of Auschwitz inmates (that were never shipped to Germany) found after liberation. #12022A

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View of the Birkenau B-IA section of the camp, from the main watch tower (Death Gate) with the Lagerstrasse on the foreground and in the background the Kartoffelbunker, the Wascheraum, blocks 25, 26 and 27, the infirmary, remains of the block 29 for infected inmates and the x-ray block. #50790

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A guard post at the entrance to Field III in Majdanek. #50513

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Funeral of inmates who could not be saved or who were killed by the SS before the liberation of Auschwitz. #28201

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Field I and the fence at Majdanek. #50580

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A view of Field III in Majdanek. #50573

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A view of the fences that enclosed Majdanek. #10328

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Corpses of women piled up on the floor of Block 11. #08854

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