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U.S. Army personnel interview Hungarian inmates at the Salzwedel camp;
note the white "X" on the back of the woman in the foreground:
it was a mark determining her destiny, perhaps made when
disembarking a transport train such as those that arrived
at Auschwitz or other concentration camps in the East



Vern Tott's photos of Salzwedel concentration camp

(used with permission; original captions from photo backs are included where existant)

Pages from Theodore Draper's Book,
 The 84th Infantry Division in the Battle of Germany

(The first two photographs are accredited to Maurice Miller by his son Mark Miller.)

(the above and below pages come from an unknown publication, likely from soon after the war's end)


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