Americans release Soviet prisoners of war from Stalag 326 (VI-C)

Stalag 326 (VI-C)


Liberated Soviet prisoners of war from Stammlager 326 (VI -K) concentration camp at Senne (Senne, near Stukenbrock), Germany.
About 30 thousand Soviet prisoners of war were killed in concentration camp No. 326. In April 1945, the concentration camp was captured by units of the 9th US Army, about 9,000 surviving Soviet prisoners of war were released from German captivity.

 

Sources of information about the photo:
1. www.gettyimages.com
2. de.wikipedia.org

 

 

Locality: Senne, Lippe, Germany
Date: April 9, 1945
Photo: Fred Ramage

In : 1945

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