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Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany made aware of the atrocities at a nearby concentration camp, May 1945

[Photo] Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany made aware of the atrocities at a nearby concentration camp, May 1945

Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany, inspect a nearby concentration camp under orders of the Airborne Division on May Bodies of victims of German prison camps were found dumped in pits in yard, one pit containing 300 bodies.

Clandestine photograph of  medical experimentation victim Bogumila Babinska in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. She was one of 74 "Rabbits" chosen for sadistic medical experimentation. Doctors cut her thigh muscles and cut into her shin bone, crippling and almost killing her.  Despite this, she was forced on a death march with other inmates beginning April 28, 1945.  She walked from Northern Germany to her home in Warsaw and survived the war.  She died in 1980.

Clandestine photograph of a Polish political prisoner and medical experimentation victim in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. Pictured is Bogumila Babinska (Jasiuk).

Juana Bormann o Johanna Borman (n. Birkenfelde, Alemania, 1893 — f. Hamelín, 13 de diciembre de 1945) fue una "supervisora de prisión" de las SS en los campos de concentración nazis, que fue sentenciada y ejecutada por crímenes contra la humanidad en el Juicio de Bergen-Belsen, a finales de 1945

Segunda Guerra Mundial: Mujeres criminales alemanas

Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman) (September 1893 – December was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin after a trial in She was not related to leading Nazi Martin Bormann.

"Aryan" looking children separated at concentration camp for transfer to Germany and adoption or breeding in order to produce more "Aryans."

WWII: "Aryan" looking children separated at concentration camp for transfer to Germany and adoption or breeding in order to produce more "Aryans." These kids are today in their and still haunted.

German civilians being forced to bury the dead of the concentration camp at Gardelegen Location:Gardelegen, Germany Date taken:April 1945

German civilians being forced to bury the dead of the concentration camp at Gardelegen Location:Gardelegen, Germany Date taken:April 1945 Photographer:William Vandivert (This scene is very nicely depicted in the mini-series Band of Brothers.

Survivors of the Dachau concentration camp demonstrate the operation of the crematorium by pushing a corpse into one of the ovens. Dachau, Germany, April 29-May 10, 1945.

Survivors of the Dachau concentration camp demonstrate the operation of the crematorium by pushing a corpse into one of the ovens. Dachau, Germany, April US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Albert Schiff

German citizens being forced by the Canadian Troops to give a proper burial to those that died in concentration camps..1945

German civilians being forced by the Canadian troops to give the victims of the concentration camp a proper burial. SHAME ON THOSE WHO STOOD BY!

Bodies of men women and children killed at the Nordhausen concentration camp. Location: Nordhausen, Germany Date taken:	April 1945

This HURTS my heart! Bodies of men women and children killed at the Nordhausen concentration camp. Location: Nordhausen, Germany Date taken: April 1945

The freed children from the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Children liberated from the Auschwitz death camp "These images really break my heart, but I do think they need to be seen so that the world never repeats the horrific events of the past, the Holocaust being one of them.

It was ALL "LEGAL".   pinner writes: When troops liberated the concentration camps they were unprepared for what they encountered.  Here a U.S. soldier holds a victim of Nazi terror sobbing in relief of his liberation.

aww, God bless them. pinner writes: When troops liberated the concentration camps they were unprepared for what they encountered. soldier holds a victim of Nazi terror sobbing in relief of his liberation!

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