Rescued inmates talks about their experiences at concentration camp # 3 in Linz, Austria towards the end of World War II.
Linz Austria Date:1945, May 7 Duration:1 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Rescued inmates of the concentration camp # 3 talk about their experiences in Linz, Austria towards the end of World War II. The rescued assembled outside a wooden house. Those who were inside the house look outside through a window. The inmates are emaciated. An Italian talks about the adverse living conditions they faced at the concentration camp. He states that they had very little food, they slept 3 or 4 to a bed and there was no way to wash. He said he was also at Mauthausen for a time before being transferred. In total he had been in concentration camps for 8 months and considered himself very lucky to have lived. He said that in Linz there were 50 men in his quarters and each day 3 to 4 men died. He tells how he worked in a forced labor factory in Linz building tanks for the Germans, working 12 hours a day as a welder.
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