Risto Kekkonen

Risto Kekkonen

Risto Kekkonen
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Nazi Concentration Camps – Uncensored! - Part 2 (2012-02)

Nazi Concentration Camps – Uncensored! - Part 2 (2012-02)

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, MAY 1945. Women and children bathing in the bath-house before being given clean clothes.

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, MAY 1945. Women and children bathing in the bath-house before being given clean clothes.

Buchenwald, Germany, Former inmates after the liberation, 1945. WE MUST NEVER FORGET!

Buchenwald, Germany, Former inmates after the liberation, 1945. WE MUST NEVER FORGET!

"US troops liberates Ebensee concentration camp on 7 May 1945" by Sverige55 in Colorization

"US troops liberates Ebensee concentration camp on 7 May 1945" by Sverige55 in Colorization

Life in the Dachau concentration camp - photo of first prisoners - Gypsy men and homeless vagrants were imprisoned for being asocials

Life in the Dachau concentration camp - photo of first prisoners - Gypsy men and homeless vagrants were imprisoned for being asocials

Mauthausen Concentration Camp Images (17 of 60)

Mauthausen Concentration Camp Images (17 of 60)

Auschwitz gas chamber - This Day in History: Oct 10, 1944: Eight hundred children are gassed to death at Auschwitz

Auschwitz gas chamber - This Day in History: Oct 10, 1944: Eight hundred children are gassed to death at Auschwitz

Prisoners showing the Mauthausen ovens.

Prisoners showing the Mauthausen ovens.

Until May 1940 the corpses of Mauthausen inmates were cremated in crematoriums in Steyr and Linz. To keep secret the increasing number of inmates killed, the SS deemed it necessary to build a crematorium in Mauthausen. Up to eight corpses could be cremated simultaneously in each of the three ovens. The ashes were tipped over an embankment onto an ash dump or scattered on one of the building sites.

Until May 1940 the corpses of Mauthausen inmates were cremated in crematoriums in Steyr and Linz. To keep secret the increasing number of inmates killed, the SS deemed it necessary to build a crematorium in Mauthausen. Up to eight corpses could be cremated simultaneously in each of the three ovens. The ashes were tipped over an embankment onto an ash dump or scattered on one of the building sites.

The picture was taken by the SS right before finishing the bulding in Juny 1943. (Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Archives)

The picture was taken by the SS right before finishing the bulding in Juny 1943. (Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Archives)