Nazi concentration camps in Germany. Tents of prisoners of war at Arnstadt Concentration Camp in Germany. Savage watchdogs were used to guard the camps. German villagers forced to exhume Polish and Russian bodies from mass grave for identification. Villagers dig out bodies. American troops view the bodies of Nazi barbarism.
U.S. soldiers of 89th Infantry division with the aid of German civilians exhume corpses of Polish and Russian prisoners from a burial pit at a slave labor camp in Arnstadt, Germany. A corpse with crushed head is pulled out of the pit. An empty dog kennel. Exterior view of the concentration camp used to keep prisoners.
Tents used to keep Polish and Russian prisoners at a concentration camp (slave labor camp) in Arnstadt, Germany. Shows several exhumed corpses of the concentration camp victims lying near a common burial pit. German civilians watch corpses near the burial pit. Few civilians carry a corpse.
German civilians handle exhumed corpses of Polish and Russian prisoners at a slave labor camp in Arnstadt, Germany. U.S. soldiers of 89th Infantry division watch several lined up exhumed corpses.
German civilians dig out corpses from a burial pit with shovels at a slave labor camp in Arnstadt, Germany. Shows half buried corpse of a victim of the concentration camp lying in the pit.
Arnstadt Concentration Camp in Germany towards the end of World War II. View from the camp gate to tents which were used to house prisoners. A dog kennel for a watch dog. German civilians disinter the bodies of concentration camp victims. A corpse with crushed head. Corpses lying outside the graves from which they have just been exhumed. Bodies laid out on the ground are viewed by several U.S. soldiers