Flossenbürg

Flossenbürg

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Inmates of the concentration camp at Flossenburg after being liberated by the 97th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army in May 1945. The emaciated prisoner in the center is a 23 year-old Czech ill with dysentery.

Inmates of the concentration camp at Flossenburg after being liberated by the Infantry Division of the U. Army in May The emaciated prisoner in the center is a 23 year-old Czech ill with dysentery.

Victims of a forced march between concentration camps of Buchenwald and Flossenburg, 1945. In this photograph taken in April 1945, German civilians are being forced to file past the bodies of victims murdered at the village of Namering by SS guards during a forced march from Buchenwald and Flossenburg concentration camps.

German Civilians, victims of a forced march between Buchenwald and Flossenburg Concentration Camps, being forced to file past the bodies of victims murdered at the village of Namering by SS guards.

Flossenbürg concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

General view of Flossenbürg concentration camp after liberation in April

Wilhelm Canaris (1887–1945) was a German admiral, head of the German military intelligence service during WWII and a member of the German Resistance. His personal style as a gentleman was incompatible with the thuggish behaviour of most of the Nazis and his opposition to regime grew after witnessing mass exterminations in Poland. Although no direct link between him and various plots to assassinate Hitler were found, he was found guilty of treason and publicly marched to gallows naked.

Wilhelm Franz Canaris January 1887 – 9 April was a German admiral, head of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service, from 1935 to 1944 and a member of the German Resistance.

The bodies of Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave near Volary. The victims died at the end of a death march from Helmbrechts, a subcamp of Flossenbürg. Volary, Czechoslovakia, May 11, 1945.

The bodies of Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave near Volary. The victims died at the end of a death march from Helmbrechts, a subcamp of Flossenbürg. Volary, Czechoslovakia, May

Flossenbürg concentration camp - Flossenburg, Germany

Valley of the Dead at Flossenbuerg - Tal des Todes (Valley of the Dead) with memorials

Distribution of food to prisoners in Flossenbürg. The prisoners, who were assigned to  the granite quarry, stood to attention before receiving a portion of food from the kapo. Germany, 1944.

Germany 1944 - Distribution of food to prisoners in Flossenbürg Concentration Camp. The prisoners, who were assigned to the granite quarry, stood to attention before receiving a portion of food from the Kapo, prisoner trustees who carried out SS orders.

Flossenbürg – Wikipedia

Flossenbürg – Wikipedia

Wappen der Gemeinde Flossenbürg

Wappen der Gemeinde Flossenbürg

Flossenburg Concentration Camp Prisoner List

Flossenburg Concentration Camp Prisoner List

Book with prisoner's names Flossenbürg

The Flossenbürg concentration camp itself is now a monument, although a few decennia back it was partly used as an industrial site.

A German civilian forced to view corpes of inmates at the Flossenbürg Concentration Camp.  Just inside the German border with Czechoslovakia, Flossenbürg was a camp originally meant for criminals and Jews, though it eventually held p.o.w.s and political prisoners, as well.  In addition, pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, head of the Abwehr, or Intelligence Agency, were held and executed at the camp after their plot to kill Hitler failed.  30,000 people perished at the…

A German civilian forced to view corpes of inmates at the Flossenbürg…

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