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Concentration Camp Photographs:
Nordhausen


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  • Two emaciated survivors sit outside a barracks in newly liberated Nordhausen
  • An emaciated survivor lies inside a barrack in newly liberated Nordhausen. He died shortly thereafter.
  • The bodies of prisoners lie on the ground inside a barracks in Nordhausen.
  • An American soldier and medical officer view the dead and the living in barracks at Nordhausen.
  • German civilians from the town of Nordhausen carry the bodies of prisoners found in the Nordhausen camp to mass graves for burial.
  • German civilians from the town of Nordhausen dig mass graves for the victims of the Nordhausen concentration camp.
  • An American soldier stands above the corpses of children buried in a mass grave dug by German civilians.
  • American soldiers walk past corpses laid out in rows at newly liberated Nordhausen.
  • An American soldier and medical officer view the bodies of prisoners in a barracks in Nordhausen.
  • German civilians from the town of Nordhausen dig mass graves for the victims of the Nordhausen concentration camp.
  • Bodies of victims at Nordhausen
  • Cremation oven at Nordhausen
  • Barrack in Nordhausen
  • The Nazis stole all the material possessions of their victims. This money was taken from Jews at Nordhausen.
  • Liberated Jews in Nordhausen
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier LaVerne Graff after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier Harry Hammer after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier Harry Hammer after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier Harry Hammer after liberating Nordhausen.
  • Photo taken by American soldier Harry Hammer after liberating Nordhausen.

Sources: USHMM; Shoah - The Holocaust;
LaVerne Graff, 1st Lieutenant in the 104th Signal Company attached to the 104th Infantry Division. Photos courtesy of Stan Graff; Harry Hammer, courtesy of Dan Hammer

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