Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Walking Tour - Photos

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Stephanie G USA

April 2010

The crowded conditions, poor sanitation and lack of food were the cause of many deaths., Stephanie G - April 2010

Barracks

The crowded conditions, poor sanitation and lack of food were the cause of many deaths.

Stephanie G USA

April 2010

These are two of the tubs which were the only place to clean oneself were shared by so many prisoners., Stephanie G - April 2010

Bathroom

These are two of the tubs which were the only place to clean oneself were shared by so many prisoners.

Jacob K India

July 2009

Memorial for the victims, Jacob K - July 2009

Memorial for the victims

Memorial for the victims

Anonymous

November 2008

"Storage facility" for victims who had passed away. - November 2008

Inside Sachsenhausen

"Storage facility" for victims who had passed away.

Anonymous

November 2008

The Russian Memorial at Sachsenhausen. - November 2008

The Russian Memorial at Sachsenhausen

The Russian Memorial at Sachsenhausen.

Anonymous

November 2008

The hanging posts at Sachsenhausen - November 2008

The hanging posts at Sachsenhausen

The hanging posts at Sachsenhausen

Anonymous

November 2008

The huts & a hut memorial - November 2008

The Sachsenhausen Camp

The huts & a hut memorial

Anonymous

November 2008

This says it all... - November 2008

The Gate into Sachsenhausen

This says it all...

Anonymous

November 2008

The Sachsenhausen Site - November 2008

The Sachsenhausen Site

The Sachsenhausen Site

Kim H United Kingdom

October 2008

After an introductory talk by our guide we were taken to the site of the camp., Kim H - October 2008

Approach to main camp gate.

After an introductory talk by our guide we were taken to the site of the camp.

Kim H United Kingdom

October 2008

The gates were closed to the group before entering to give the full effect of what prisoners saw as they entered the camp., Kim H - October 2008

Nazi creed on the main gates

The gates were closed to the group before entering to give the full effect of what prisoners saw as they entered the camp.

Kim H United Kingdom

October 2008

The high wall was a constant reminder of the isolation of prisoners from the world outside., Kim H - October 2008

Outer wall of camp

The high wall was a constant reminder of the isolation of prisoners from the world outside.

Kim H United Kingdom

October 2008

Only part of the prison block still stands and this has been restored to act as a monument to the nationalities that were held there rather than a reconstruction of conditions for prisoners in ... , Kim H - October 2008

Reconstruction of Solitary Confinment Cell in the Prison

Only part of the prison block still stands and this has been restored to act as a monument to the nationalities that were held there rather than a reconstruction of conditions for prisoners in solitary confinement.

Wilfred M United Kingdom

October 2008

The two remaining barracks where the "prisoners" were housed., Wilfred M - October 2008

"Inmates" Barracks at Sachsenhausen Camp

The two remaining barracks where the "prisoners" were housed.

Wilfred M United Kingdom

October 2008

Erected by DDR to remember the dead! Each orange triangle represents a country., Wilfred M - October 2008

Memorial to those Who Died

Erected by DDR to remember the dead! Each orange triangle represents a country.

Wilfred M United Kingdom

October 2008

Housed in Station "Z" to cremate the dead bodies., Wilfred M - October 2008

Remains of the Cremation Ovens

Housed in Station "Z" to cremate the dead bodies.

Kevin B United Kingdom

June 2008

Our small group being guided into the camp with running commentary by our expert guide., Kevin B - June 2008

Main entrance to camp

Our small group being guided into the camp with running commentary by our expert guide.

Kevin B United Kingdom

June 2008

An East German/Russian memorial to the Communist victims of the camp with typically idealistic statues of brave Russian soldiers liberating a worker., Kevin B - June 2008

Soviet Liberation Memorial

An East German/Russian memorial to the Communist victims of the camp with typically idealistic statues of brave Russian soldiers liberating a worker.

Kevin B United Kingdom

June 2008

A very moving sculpture dedicated to the suffering of the victims of the camp. This is sited at the remains of the execution building. Very moving., Kevin B - June 2008

Memorial to all Victims

A very moving sculpture dedicated to the suffering of the victims of the camp. This is sited at the remains of the execution building. Very moving.
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