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An East German/Russian memorial to the Communist victims of the camp with typically idealistic statues of brave Russian soldiers liberating a worker.
The gate at the main entrance to the camp.
The tour leader explaining while all the group is having a rest...
The entrance to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.
The English speaking guide was great, as we were a Deaf group and needed to lipread the guide as clearly as possible
The main gate to the camp
A memorial to the communist victims.
A memorial to the gay and lesbian people sent here
The entrance to the camp, with the inscription, translated to the effect that Labor Makes You Free
It was so emotional to see this sign particularly from the perspective that despite the fact that 200,000 gays were harassed, arrested, tortured between 1934 and 1945 and up to 15,000 murdered, many of them in Sachsenhausen; gays still do not have equal rights in Germany-shameful.
A hot day; my thoughts were for the thousands who trudged from the station to here all those years ago.
We stood astounded by the size of the compound. All the misery in such a god forsaken place.
If only this piece of cloth could talk.