The Holocaust. In Pictures. A MAP OF THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS AND DEATH CAMPS USED BY THE NAZIS. Online Source.
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A MAP OF THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS AND DEATH CAMPS USED BY THE NAZIS.
Unable to Work by David Olère. 131x162 cm, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York. Inability to work was often an immediate death sentence. In the background of this painting, smoke rises from the crematorium to form the SS insignia. David Olère: L'Oeil du Témoin/The Eyes of a Witness. New York: The BeateKlarsfeldFoundation, 1989, p. 31. Reprinted with permission from the BeateKlarsfeld Foundation.
The Food of the Dead for the Living by David Olère. 102x76 cm, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York. Olère collects food, abandoned near the undressing rooms of crematorium III at Birkenau, so he can throw it overthe fence to the prisoners at the women's camp. David Olère: L'Oeil du Témoin/The Eyes of a Witness. New York: The BeateKlarsfeld Foundation, 1989, p.86.Reprinted with permission from the BeateKlarsfeld Foundation.
Kommando, by Fernand Van Horen. Van Horen was a Belgian survivor of Esterwegen and Flossenburg concentration camps.
Normal Life in Flossenburg, by Fernand Van Horen