Interior view of an abandoned airplane factory near Flossenbürg, where inmates of the nearby concentration camp were forced to work.
Father Lelere, a former prisoner, testifies at the trial of former camp personnel and prisoners from Flossenbürg. On the right is Fred Stecker, a court interpreter.
The interior of a barracks in the Flossenbürg concentration
camp that was intended to house 1,500 prisoners
The Flossenbürg Camp After Liberation
A section of the barbed-wire fence and barracks
in the Flossenbürg concentration camp.
A blue and gray striped jacket from Flossenbuerg concentration camp. The letter "P" on the left front of the jacket indicates that it was worn by a Polish, non-Jewish prisoner. "P" stands for Pole in German. The jacket was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by the prisoner who wore it.
A French survivor shows the crematorium in Flossenbürg to a photographer.