The approach to Belsen camp

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Title

The approach to Belsen camp

Description

Three photographs, one showing sign attached to a tree pointing the way to Belsen. The other two show the sign erected at the entrance, one at distance the other a close up. This sign gives a short description of the purpose of the camp.

Date

1945

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Three b/w photographs on an album page

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PStandivanAG17020018

Transcription

[photograph]
ENTRANCE BELSEN CAMP

[photograph]
WOHLBEKANNTE CONZ – BELSEN BERGEN

[photograph]
This is the site of THE INFAMOUS BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP
liberated by the British on 15 April 1945.

10,000 UNBURIED DEAD WERE FOUND HERE.
ANOTHER 13,000 HAVE SINCE DIED.
ALL OF THEM VICTIMS OF THE GERMAN NEW ORDER IN EUROPE,
AND AN EXAMPLE OF NAZI KULTUR.

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“The approach to Belsen camp,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 15, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/36430.

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