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American troops inspect the site of the Gardelegen atrocity.
American troops with the 102nd Infantry Division at a barn outside Gardelegen, where over 1,000 prisoners were burned alive by t
Barn on the outskirts of the town of Gardelegen that was the site of the massacre of over 1,000 concentration camp prisoners.
An American medic and soldier stand by the corpse of a prisoner shot on the road near Gardelegen.
Three German mayors view the corpse of a prisoner burned alive in a barn by the SS while on a death march from Rottleberode, a s
An American soldier stands guard as mayors and citizens of local towns view the corpses of inmates of the Rottleberode subcamp,
American troops inspect a barn on the outskirts of the town of Gardelegen that was the site of the massacre of over 1,000 concen
Bonde Gaza, a Hungarian musician who survived the Gardelegen atrocity, demonstrates to American soldiers how he managed to escap
An American tank follows German civilians from Gardelegen who are marching to a barn just outside the town, where they will dig
American soldiers look at the exhumed bodies of prisoners who were burned alive in a barn outside Gardelegen.
Assault troops approach Omaha Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
The Normandy beach as it appeared after D-Day.
View of the wall surrounding the cemetery of the Hadamar Institute.
View of the Hadamar Institute. This photograph was taken by an American military photographer soon after the liberation.
Exterior view of the Hadamar main building.
View of one of the mass graves at the Hadamar Institute.
A US Army soldier views the cemetery at the Hadamar Institute, where victims of the Nazi euthanasia program were buried in mass
An American soldier stands guard in front of the Hadamar Institute.
Prisoners at the time of liberation of the Ebensee camp, a subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Four emaciated survivors sit outside in the newly liberated Ebensee concentration camp.
Liberated prisoners at the Ebensee camp.
Emaciated survivors in the Ebensee subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp suck on sugar cubes provided by American soldier
The entrance gate to one of the Kaufering subcamps of Dachau.
Barracks in the Kaufering IV subsidiary camp of the Dachau concentration camp.
US troops force German civilians to view corpses of victims in the Kaufering IV subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp.
Two survivors of Kaufering, a network of subsidiary camps of the Dachau concentration camp.
Local Germans are forced to view bodies of victims at Kaufering, a network of subsidiary camps of the Dachau concentration camp.
A view of barracks in the Kaufering network of subsidiary camps of the Dachau concentration camp.
Members of the medical detachment of Combat Command A, 12th Armored Division, XXI Corps, US 7th Army, view the burned corpses of
American soldiers view corpses of prisoners massacred by SS guards in a wooded area near the Kaufering IV subsidiary camp of the
Camp forced laborers inside barracks soon after the liberation of Kaufering IV, part of a network of Dachau subcamps.
A survivor of Kaufering IV, one of the Dachau subcamps in the Landsberg-Kaufering area, with American soldiers after liberation.
Forced laborers build the south wall of the foundation of the new Dachau satellite camp of Weingut I in Mühldorf .
Prisoners at forced labor constructing the new Dachau satellite camp of Weingut I in Mühldorf .
Victims of starvation are removed after US troops liberated Gusen, a subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Flags of US Army liberating divisions line the entrance to the Museum's Liberation 1945 exhibition, on display from May 1995–Jun
After the liberation of the Wöbbelin camp, US troops forced the townspeople of Ludwigslust to bury the bodies of prisoners kille
On May 2, 1945, the 8th Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp.
American troops with the 82nd Airborne Division look on as German exhume corpses from a mass grave.
An American anti-aircraft gun, towed by a truck camouflaged with foliage, moves into position in the Hürtgen Forest to provide f
Mortar men of the 754th Tank Battalion fire an 81mm mortar at German positions during the heavy fighting in the Hürtgen Forest.
A soldier prepares to bed down for the night in a Belgian forest during the Battle of the Bulge.
GIs move up to the front in open trucks in subzero weather to stop the German advance.
An American GI draws water from a stream with his steel helmet.
John Perry, a movie photographer with Unit 129, films GIs of the 290th Infantry Regiment, 75th Infantry Division, and 4th Cavalr
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