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Images of Ravensbrucke Concentration Camp

Images from Ravensbrucke


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A Ravensbruck survivor shows the scars of medical experiments conducted during her time in the camp
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Alexander points at scars on the leg of Polish survivor Jadwiga Dzido, who endured sulfanilamide experiments at Ravensbruck concentration camp
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Clandestine photograph of a Polish political prisoner and medical experimentation victim in the Ravensbrück concentration camp
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Count Bernadotte Folke, Deputy President of the Swedish Red Cross -on the right, inspecting the transfer of survivors from camp Ravensbrueck to Sweden, April 194
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Crema oven at Ravensbruck
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Crematorium at Ravensbrucke
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Female prisoners at forced labor in the Ravensbruck concentration camp
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Fritz Fischer
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Gate at Ravensbruck
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Jewish Women Prisoners of Ravensbuck at forced labour
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Karl Seitz, former mayer of Vienna imprisoned until liberation in 1945 in Ravensbrück concentration camp
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Kreuzlingen, Germany, Some of the 300 women brought from the Ravensbruck camp by the Red Cross
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