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DEC 13 1944 Sachsenhausen concentration camp – new arrivals - See more at: http://ww2today.com/13-december-1944 18,000 Soviet prisoners of war were murdered in 1941 after a three-month march across Germany - Sachsenhausen was used as an experimental site for the gas chambers.
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DEC 13 1944 Sachsenhausen concentration camp – new arrivals - See more at: http://ww2today.com/13-december-1944 18,000 Soviet prisoners of war were murdered in 1941 after a three-month march across Germany - Sachsenhausen was used as an experimental site for the gas chambers.

DEC 13 1944 Sachsenhausen concentration camp – new arrivals - See more at: http://ww2today.com/13-december-1944 18,000 Soviet prisoners of war were murdered in 1941 after a three-month march across Germany - Sachsenhausen was used as an experimental site for the gas chambers.

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Regardless of State coercion or the bravery of Soviet soldiers, astounding numbers of prisoners were taken in the months after Barbarossa. The capture of Minsk yielded several hundred thousand prisoners, the majority of whom died within months thanks to the deliberately inhumane conditions of their Nazi imprisonment. Smolensk, which was encircled towards the end of July, spelled the end of several Soviet Armies and yielded another 300,000 prisoners.
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Regardless of State coercion or the bravery of Soviet soldiers, astounding numbers of prisoners were taken in the months after Barbarossa. The capture of Minsk yielded several hundred thousand prisoners, the majority of whom died within months thanks to the deliberately inhumane conditions of their Nazi imprisonment. Smolensk, which was encircled towards the end of July, spelled the end of several Soviet Armies and yielded another 300,000 prisoners.

Regardless of State coercion or the bravery of Soviet soldiers, astounding numbers of prisoners were taken in the months after Barbarossa. The capture of Minsk yielded several hundred thousand prisoners, the majority of whom died within months thanks to the deliberately inhumane conditions of their Nazi imprisonment. Smolensk, which was encircled towards the end of July, spelled the end of several Soviet Armies and yielded another 300,000 prisoners.
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Paul felt extremely bad for the russian prisoners. He wanted to help them, but knew he couldn't.
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Paul felt extremely bad for the russian prisoners.

Paul felt extremely bad for the russian prisoners. He wanted to help them, but knew he couldn't.

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Work frees the spirit. Russians POWs carry timber in the concentration camp at which they are detained. Note the guard with whip. Tools of persuasion. Russian POWs were primary targets of the program "death through labor."

Work frees the spirit. Russians POWs carry timber in the concentration camp at which they are detained. Note the guard with whip. Russian POWs were primary targets of the program "death through labor.

Jewish women prisoners walk inside the women's camp, wearing the standard prison uniform. On the left, a SS man watches them.

Female Jewish prisoners walk inside the women's camp, wearing the standard prison uniform. On the left, an SS guard watches them.

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In this photo, there is a Jewish prisoner with a Jewish star on his jacket. He was captured by the Nazis, and must is now held prisoner in the camp. This picture relates to The Book Thief because Max was captured by the Nazis, and was on his way to the same fate as the soldier in this picture.

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Bergen Belsen, Germany, Female SS guards standing near the entrance to a barrack in the camp, after liberation. The women ss guards were just as inhuman and murderess as the male guards

Bergen Belsen, Germany, Female SS guards standing near the entrance to a barrack in the camp, after liberation. The women ss guards were just as inhuman and murderess as the male guards

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