January 7, 2019

Photos of Dachau Survivors to be Released

The Washington Post reports:

A repository of Holocaust-era documents says it has uncovered a trove of photographs of survivors of the Nazis’ Dachau concentration camp and will make them available online in a searchable archive this spring.

The International Tracing Service said . . . the 2,000 photos of survivors were taken in the first year after the war to help Nazi victims who needed proof of their imprisonment to receive help from relief organizations.

The International Tracing Service (ITS) is an archive and a center for documenting National Socialist persecution and the liberated survivors.

See also ITS Press Release


Germany Photography Dachau Bavaria ITS


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