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Mauthausen, Austria, New prisoners who arrived at the camp, 1943-1944.  A group of 11 new inmates, standing near the "Klagemauer", after a long journey to the camp in open train cars.

After a week-long trip in open railway cars sometime in new arrivals to Mauthausen stand at the klagemauer, the "wailing wall" where new prisoners were chained for several days.

Mauthausen concentration camp, Austria, 1941. Six thousand prisoners who were kept naked in the camp yard.

Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Austria, 1941 - prisoners kept naked in the camp yard as they wait for their place in gas chambers. After 24 hours, 140 inmates were found dead of hypothermia.

Jóvenes sobrevivientes cicubab en el recinto secundario de Ebensee dos días después de la liberación de 1945

Historia de los campos de concentración nazis en 33 fotos

Survivors in Ebensee Prepare a Meal (May Ebensee survivors prepare a meal over an open flame. The man second from left is Josef Szuyt, the former clerk of barracks

The ustaše guards pose for photo while also showing their cruelty. Die Ustascha waren kroatische Faschisten, die mit der deutschen Wehrmacht und den Nazis kollaborierten.

During the Holocaust, one group of killers stood out as more vicious, murderous, and bloodthirsty than all others. The Ustasha of Yugoslavia was a Muslim-Catholic alliance of Nazi killers so beastly that even Nazi officials in Berlin were horrified.

Mauthausen, Austria, A Child in Striped Prisoners' Uniform, Standing Behind a Pile of Bricks

Holocaust/WWII: Mauthausen, Austria, A Child in Striped Prisoners' Uniform, Standing Behind a Pile of Bricks

Mauthausen, Austria, Bodies of prisoners who committed suicide by touching the electrified fence.

Mauthausen, Austria, Bodies of prisoners who committed suicide by touching the electrified fence.

Entrance gate to the main compound at Mauthausen. Just inside the entrance gate is a courtyard where prisoner formations were sometimes held.The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum estimates the number at over 95,000, but this includes the deaths at the nearby Gusen camps (where more inmates died than actually at the Mauthausen main camp), and also all the other outlying sub-camps of the Mauthausen system

Entrance gate to the main compound at Mauthausen. Just inside the entrance gate is a courtyard where prisoner formations were sometimes held.The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum estimates the number at over 95,000, but this includes the deaths at the nearby Gusen camps (where more inmates died than actually at the Mauthausen main camp), and also all the other outlying sub-camps of the Mauthausen system

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