Further to the recent http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/after-...towers-255291/ thread, here are some images from various locales within the Konzentrationslager system, showing perimeter fencing.
The first view shows a length of original perimeter fencing, that runs along the border with the unfinished "Auschwitz" compound, so called due to the similarity in appearance of the brick blocks that were being constructed, as an extension of the Gross-Rosen camp. Had the buildings been completed, the resemblance to the Stammlager (Main Camp) at Auschwitz-I, would have been clear. In the background, a modern stone quarry is visible. The quarry utilised by the SS/DEST collaboration during the camp's existence, is located almost directly behind the point from where the photograph was taken. Indeed, KL-Gross-Rosen was a camp that had characteristics of the Category-III Konzentrationslager, that is one of the camps known as Knochenmühlen (bone mills), due to their direct connection to a stone quarry and harsh day-to-day regime. Others with such standards included KL-Natzweiler and KL-Floßenbürg, although only KL-Mauthausen was officially recognised as a Category-III.
Next, we can see a section of period fencing that still stands in the vicinity of the Krematoria.
Finally, a close up image.