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                                        Belzec Death Camp Images                                                                                         www.HolocaustResearchProject.org     [Next] [Last]   2004 Memorial path - Belzec 508 X 383 40 KB Aerial Map of Belzec 1 800 X 516 69 KB Aerial Map of Belzec 2 566 X 488 95 KB An SS man on the staff of the Belzec camp, posing in front of the flour mill used as an assembly place for Jews deported to the camp. 379 X 580 68 KB Anna Imich killed at Belzec 98 X 129 4 KB Artist Painting of SS at Belzec 308 X 195 21 KB Artist Painting of the Belzec Camp 308 X 222 23 KB Belzec gates 2000 388 X 284 40 KB Belzec Kommandantur 648 X 427 62 KB Belzec Memorial Ramp area under construction in 2004 508 X 383 35 KB Belzec Pre 2004 Memorial 1 767 X 558 112 KB Belzec Pre 2004 Memorial 2 745 X 558 117 KB   See the full image gallery here: http://www.ho... (more)

Dora- Mittelbau & Nordhausen Concentration Camps

Dora - Mittelbau/Nordhausen Concentration Camp Dora – Mittelbau also known Dora-Nordhausen was a concentration camp in the Harz Mountains, three miles from Nordhausen, Saxony, in Germany. The Lutherplatz in the town of Nordhausen The Dora-Mittelbau camp was first mentioned on 27 August 1943 as an external unit of the Buchenwald concentration camp. On 28 October 1944 it became a major concentration camp in its own right, with twenty-three branches, most of them in the vicinity, inside a restricted military area. Following Hitler's August 22 1943 order for SS-Reichsführer He... (more)

The Sonderkommando Revolt at Auschwitz!

Sonderkommando Revolt – Auschwitz – Birkenau 7 October 1944  www.HolocaustResearchProject.org    Sonderkommando burning corpses in an open air pit at Birkenau The Sonderkommando or ("Special Command Units') were Jewish prisoners who were forced to work in the death camps at the grisly task of burning of the corpses of those already murdered by the Nazi's.   For periods lasting  from two to four month's these units worked under hellish conditions until they themselves were liquidated by the Germans, and the first task of their replacements was to dispose of the bodies of the pr... (more)

Profiting from the Holocaust

Aktion Reinhard  Profiting from the Holocaust      August Frank at the WVHA trial in Nuremberg SS- Brigadefuhrer August Frank, one of the heads of the Economic and Administrative Main Office (WVHA) issued an order on the 26 September 1942 to the Aktion Reinhard headquarters in Lublin and to the commandant in Auschwitz, regarding the correct procedure for the treatment and distribution of Jewish possessions and valuables within the extermination camps.   Within the three death camps, Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka the Germans established working commandos to sort and pack the p... (more)

The story of the White Rose and Resistance to Hitler!

The White Rose The White Rose (weisserose), named after a Spanish novel (Rosa Blanco). The Group coordinated efforts on Campus for Civil Rights and Opposition to Nazi policies. Among their efforts on campus were weekly discussion groups, painting 'freedom' on brick walls at the entrance into campus, and distributing leaflets opposing the Reich on moral and political grounds, encouraging students to think for themselves.   The White Rose   Sophie & Hans Scholl with Christoph Probst summer of 1942 In the early summer of 1942, a group of young men — including Willi Graf, Christ... (more)