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Memorial Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen

Visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Visitor's guide to Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, a memorial site close to Berlin, Germany. Guide on what to expect, how to get there and recommended tours of the site.

APR  13 1945 Gardelegen: concentration camp prisoners burnt alive - See more at: http://ww2today.com/Local residents remove bodies from the mass grave.

Gardelegen, Germany, Locals forced onto removing corpses from a mass grave in order to rebury them, after liberation. They knew what was happening at the death camps and they let it continue. Best that they are made to 'cleanup' those murdered people

Drone video shows a chilling view of Auschwitz you’ll never be able to forget | Rare

This eerie video of drone footage over Auschwitz will change your day

Jehovah's Witnesses - Note the flag at the 2 minute mark. Auschwitz Drone shows Nazi concentration camp,

SS-Hundeschule Sachsenhausen - the abandoned nazi dog training facility of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.

SS-Hundeschule Sachsenhausen - the abandoned nazi dog training facility of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. thank God it is abandoned.

Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp, located in Austria. Its going to be an impacting and sad experience to visit this camp.

Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp, located in Austria. Its going to be an impacting and sad experience to visit this camp.

The Plaszow concentration camp in Poland makes a good example of the forced labour the Jewish prisoners underwent during internment. This misuse was common throughout internment camps during the holocaust.

The Plaszow concentration camp in Poland makes a good example of the forced labour the Jewish prisoners underwent during internment. This misuse was common throughout internment camps during the holocaust. History, vintage, photo b/w.

KZ Mauthausen, Mauthausen, Austria. This concentration camp is not for the faint at heart. We could feel the evil in the camp. We could also hear the cries of those who passed through the gates. Visitors place flowers in the open ovens providing the only beauty at Mauthausen.

Mauthausen, Austria (I highly recommend going to a concentration camp, it gives you such perspective on life.

BBC war correspondent Richard Dimbleby's harrowing account of Bergen-Belsen after its liberation. (WARNING:  GRAPHIC CONTENT.) ...    Richard Dimbleby's 1945 news report from Belsen with photographs

Ed Seiller of Louisville, Kentucky, stands amid a pile of Holocaust victims as he speaks to 200 German civilians who were forced to see the grim conditions at the Landsberg concentration camp, on May 1945

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