Prisoners, charged barbed wire fencing and ashes of atrocity victims at Maidanek, Poland Concentration Camp in World War II
Lublin Poland Date:1944, July Duration:4 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
The Nazi concentration camp in Majdanek, Poland (also known as Maidanek) during World War 2. Surviving prisoners inside the barb wired fences of the concentration camp, near time of liberation by Soviet Russian Allied forces. Tattooed prisoner number on chest of a victim prisoner. Evidence of atrocities: Main chimney of crematorium. Ashes of human corpses that were burned at the camp. A group of seated German SS soldier prison guards, now POW, after capture by Soviet forces. Soviet Russian officials examine the clues from the concentration camp. Close up views of electrical sources and parts powering the barbed wire enclosures. Warning signboard on the fences. Guard towers and electrically charged barbed wire fencing. German guard pro-Nazi grafitti carved on a wooden fence post. Aerial view of large number of barracks in the camp at Lublin Poland, also known as KL Lublin. Clip is part of Nuremberg Trials prosecution exhibits 228, 229.
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