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Holocaust Photographs:
Ebensee After Liberation

(1945)


Holocaust Photos: Table of Contents | Resistance & Liberation | Ebensee


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The following photographs were taken by Paul Lipman and his comrades. Lipman served in the U.S. Army from January 1943 to December 1945. He fought in France, Germany, and Austria. In Austria, he was involved in the liberation of Ebensee. He received a bronze star for heroism. We are grateful to his nephew Barry Lippa for sharing these important historical images.

Sgt. Lipman sharing a cigarette with a liberated prisoner

Dying Ebensee prisoner on a stretcher following liberation

Liberated prisoners waiting to get on the bus to leave Ebensee

Liberated prisoners waiting to get on the bus to leave Ebensee

Ebensee crematorium with bones still in the oven

American soldier next to a sign written in German at Ebensee


Source: Barry Lippa.

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