Sick Jewish girl in Lambach barracks
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Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Photographs ( lcsh )
Concentration camps -- Photographs ( lcsh )
Women concentration camp inmates -- Photographs ( lcsh )
- Caption on front of photograph reads: "6 May 1945. This sick Jewish girl was found in the barracks of the Lambach concetration camp in Austria when it was liberated by the 71st Infantry Division, 3rd U.S. Army. These are the conditions which she and 18,000 others were forced to live in. 40 or 50 died each day; the dead lay where they fell the living prisoners too weak to move the dead and slept with them. German troops can be seen cleaning up the barracks under orders of the American troops."
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Sick Jewish girl in Lambach barracks.
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Caption on front of photograph reads: "6 May 1945. This sick Jewish girl was found in the barracks of the Lambach concetration camp in Austria when it was liberated by the 71st Infantry Division, 3rd U.S. Army. These are the conditions which she and 18,000 others were forced to live in. 40 or 50 died each day; the dead lay where they fell the living prisoners too weak to move the dead and slept with them. German troops can be seen cleaning up the barracks under orders of the American troops."
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Lambach (Concentration camp)
World War, 1939-1945
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Women concentration camp inmates
t Photographs of the Nazi war crimes trials, 1945-1946
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