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VISIONS OF THE NAZI CAMPS


Gross-Rosen

   
           

 Concentration Camp Gross-Rosen

Below you can see photographs taken at the Gross-Rosen concentration camp. next >>
Photographs courtesy of the USHMM unless otherwise noted.

 
 

The Biesinitzer Grund (Goerlitz) concentration camp, a sub-camp of Gross-Rosen, after liberation, May 1945.

The Biesinitzer Grund (Goerlitz) concentration camp,
a sub-camp of Gross-Rosen, after liberation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
View of the stone quarry in the Gross-Rosen camp, where prisoners were subjected to forced labor. Gross-Rosen, Germany, 1940-1945. From KZ Gedenkstaette Dachau.

View of the stone quarry in the Gross-Rosen camp, where prisoners were subjected to forced labor. Gross-Rosen, Germany, 1940-1945.
 

Gross-Rosen entrance gate with the phrase "Arbeit Mach Frei," 2005. From Wikipedia.

Entrance to Gross-Rosen camp.

Close-up portrait of three SS officers in Gross-Rosen, 1941.

Close-up portrait of three SS officers in Gross-Rosen. Pictured on the far right is the adjutant Kuno Schramm, 1941.
     
 

Guards stand at attention at a checkpoint at the Gross-Rosen concentration camp, 1941-4.

Guards stand at attention at a checkpoint
at the Gross-Rosen concentration camp.

 

 

 

 


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