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    Krematorium continued:

    28) Dissection table.

    29) Cart used to move bodies.

    30) Furnaces.

    31) View from inside the Krematorium.
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    The Bunker Tragedy

    32-33) Cell 115, where ten women died on the night 15th-16th January 1944.

    The victims:

    Mina Hartogs-Samson, 58 years old
    Lammerdina E.Holst, 56 years old
    Anna M.F. Gooszen, 55 years old
    Maartje Den Braber, 49 years old
    Johanna C.A. Van Den Hoek, 43 year old
    Huiberdina A. Witte-Verhagen, 42 years old
    Lena Bagmeijer-Krant, 40 years old
    Lamberta A.M. Buiteman-Huijsmans, 39 years old
    Antoinette A. Janssen, 39 years old
    Nellie A.J. De Bode, 38 years old
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    34-37) Fusilladeplaats - The Execution Site

    A link addressing the site is attached to an earlier post in this thread.
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    Memorials:

    38-39) The Jewish Children's Memorial - link addressing the children's transports attached earlier in this thread.

    40) Memorial markers at the crematorium.

    41) Sadly, these commemorative stones were damaged at the execution site memorial in the 1990's. They now stand as a reminder within the national museum building.
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    42-44) The Room for Reflection, a beautifully presented place to finish the visitor's experience.
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    Another powerful thread Carl !

    The Buncker tragedy is particularly chilling!
    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Quote by StefanM View Post
    Very striking architecture, who was the building designed by?
    Hi Stefan,

    I believe the design was by the company Claus en Kaan (Felix Claus and Kees Kaan).

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    Hi Carl, I visited this camp in 2008, an excellent thread that captures the entire essence of the faculty.

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    thank you Carl.

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    Once again a detailed and moving thread Carl , you really know how to balance the facts of these sites with the emotion that comes with them! Very much needed and very much appreciated work. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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