Gold from the Buchenwald concentration camp prisoners

Gold from the Buchenwald concentration camp prisoners



Gold wedding rings of the prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp, found by US soldiers May 5, 1945.
Buchenwald (“beech forest”) – one of the largest concentration camps in Germany, which was located near Weimar in Thuringia. From July 1937 to April 1945 in the Buchenwald concentration camp by the Nazis of 56 000 prisoners were killed.

 

Time taken: 5 May 1945
Place photos: Buchenwald, Germany

In : 1945

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