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    Hello
    I picked these up the other day and have been trying to ID the camp?
    No writing on the backs of the pictures to help ID the camp.
    The photos are about 2 1/4 x 1 3/4 . (very small pics)
    How rare are these types of photographs?
    Thank you for your help and time
    Tony
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    Tower looks like the Dachau ones ( taken from the opposite end of the fence / ditch )

    Brrr.... horrible images, give me chills.
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    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Looks like Dachau, near Munich. That tower next to the moat looks like the one I saw when I went there.

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    Dachau.
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    Regarding this type of imagery and its rarity, private images are patently less common. One needs to remember that at some camps, including Dachau, former inmates with access to photographic equipment were able to produce prints which were later exchanged with liberating troops (for cigarettes etc) who wanted photographic proof of the horrors they witnessed. Having interviewed numerous former prisoners and individuals who were witness to the atrocities within the camp system, this was actually quite common practice. At Dachau, a Slovene member of the Sonderkommando known as Ludvik, was among those who staged photographs for the liberators so as to reconstruct scenes within the Krematoria facilities. Ludvik is pictured below (he is the bald headed man to the left).

    Carl
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    Hello
    Thank you all for the help and Information.
    Carl thanks for the info on the photography.
    I really appreciate it
    Tony

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