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The Population of Burgsteinfurt is Escorted to a Film about the Bergen-Belsen and Buchenwald Concentration Camps (May 30, 1945)

Decree on Aid Measures for Former Political Prisoners (1945)

Implementation Decree on the Creation and Procedures of Care Centers for Victims of Persecution in Hesse (1948)

Official Opening of the Memorial at the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (April 22, 1961)

Memorial Site at the Dachau Concentration Camp (1968)

Report on the First Belsen Trial (November 1945)

The Verdicts in the Krakow Auschwitz Trial (1948)

Memorial Celebration at Ravensbrück (May 1, 1955)

German Communist Party (KPD) Chairman Ernst Thälmann on his Interrogation by the Gestapo (Retrospective Account, c. 1944)

SPD Members Arrested and Sent to Concentration Camps (May 16, 1933)

Political Intimidation in Kassel’s Opera Square: Only a Stubborn Mule Ends up in a Concentration Camp (1933)

Prisoners during Roll Call at the Oranienburg “Protective Custody Camp” Near Berlin (April 1, 1933)

Benedikt Kautsky’s Description of the Concentration Camp Hierarchy (Retrospective Account, 1961)

Employment of Prisoners at the Oranienburg “Protective Custody Camp” near Berlin (April 1, 1933)

Prisoners Doing Leveling Work at the Dachau Concentration Camp (May 24, 1933)

Heinrich Himmler during an Inspection of the Dachau Concentration Camp (March 1938)

Oswald Pohl’s Report to Heinrich Himmler on the Expansion of the Concentration Camps (April 30, 1942)

Reinhard Heydrich, Head of the Security Police and the SD, on the Classification of Concentration Camps (January 2, 1941)

Heinrich Himmler, Frank Ziereis, and Ernst Kaltenbrunner at the Mauthausen Concentration Camp (April 27, 1941)

Martin Bormann’s Circular of May 5, 1943, with a Memorandum on the Treatment of Foreign Laborers (April 15, 1943)

Forced Laborers in Wartime Germany (1939–45)

Women from the Soviet Union are Transported to Germany to Perform Forced Labor (1942)

Dachau Prisoners Working as Forced Laborers (1943)

Female Prisoners Doing Forced Labor in a Gravel Pit at Auschwitz (1942)

Carl von Ossietzky as Prisoner in a Concentration Camp (c. 1935)