Survivors of the concentration camp of Auschwitz are led out of the fence

concentration camp of Auschwitz


Survivors of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz are taken out of the fence.
Above the gates of the death camp, the famous signboard-slogan “Arbeit macht frei” is visible, which means – “Labor frees.”
Auschwitz The Concentration Camp was released on January 27, 1945, by units of the 100th Infantry Division of General Fyodor Krasavin. The First Ukrainian Front of the Red Army.

 

Source of information about the photo:
1. www.gettyimages.com

 

 

Location: Auschwitz-Brzezinka, Poland
Date: February 1945

In : 1945

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