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The prisoners had a lot of punishments. If they overtook the borders of the Ravine of death, they were killed. So, kapos pushed them or throws the hat behind the border and asked the prisoners to go to search it.

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their punishments
The prisoners had a lot of punishments. If they overtook the borders of the Ravine of death, they were killed. So, kapos pushed them or throws the hat behind the border and asked the prisoners to go to search it.

They had the chore of wheelbarrows which consisted to taking up and to taking down a slope with a wheelbarrow which was filled with pink granite.

Their punishments
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In the prison of the concentration camp, there were three types of punishments:

Germans hit the prisoners with whip on the back of them. They had 5 blows minimum and 25 maximum.

They were locked up.

They had the capital punishment which was the hanging.

There also were some medical experiments on the prisoners interned which were guinea pig.

It was like this that the prisoners lived

museum
Museum
  • We went to the museum twice: when we arrived in the camp, we first went to the museum to watch a short film which is called: "Du struthof au KL-Natzweiler". This film showed us the site before the war and his transformation in concentration camp . The guide reminded us why the different camps were created and what happened during the war . This transported us as if we were during it.
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After a visit of the camp in cold, we went back get warm in the museum. It was composed of some rooms: one for the film and the other only deals with the creation of the camp, his organisation, the life of the transported convicts, the end of the camp... These rooms contains photos, documents and objects of this time. For example we can see the papers which were worn by the prisoners.
mr moulin s opinion
Mr Moulin’s opinion

The guide was precise about the life in the concentration camp but he did not take into account cold and his introduction was too long. Mr Moulin did not appreciate the comparison with Le Pen which was not appropriate. The guide has a grandfather prisoner interned which explains that he knows his subject well.