Guillaume MAISSE

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Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp survivor.

Starving inmate of Camp Gusen, Austria.

A pile of corpses at the Russian Camp (Hospital Camp) section of the Mauthausen concentration camp after liberation.

A pile of corpses at the Russian Camp (Hospital Camp) section of the Mauthausen concentration camp after liberation. Mauthausen, Austria, May

In the Mauthausen Krankenlager, the camp for the sick, hungry inmates fight for a slice of bread.

Mauthausen Krankenlager the hungry inmates fight for bread/again the inhumanity to man created by an evil force

Mauthausen, Oberösterreich, Österreich,

Mauthausen, Oberösterreich, Österreich,

survivors count corpses of prisoners killed in mauthausen camp  The Undeniable Holocaust: A Pictorial Archive of Nazi Atrocities

survivors count corpses of prisoners killed in mauthausen camp The Undeniable Holocaust: A Pictorial Archive of Nazi Atrocities

Austria, Paul Winter, commander of blocks 13-15 in Mauthausen death camp toward the end of the war. EVIL man

Austria, Paul Winter, commander of blocks in Mauthausen death camp toward the end of the war.

Amsterdam, Holland, Jews captured in the first round-up taken to a truck, 22-23/02/1941. .authorities arrested over 400 Jewish youths. They were gathered in the Old Jewish Quarter, abused for a long time and then sent to Buchenwald and Mauthausen Concentration Camps. Within months all of them were murdered except for one.

Amsterdam, Holland, Jews captured in the first round-up taken to a truck, Over 400 Jewish youths were arrested, tortured then sent to Buchenwald and Mauthausen Concentration Camps.

Austrian civilians forced to bury the victims at Mauthausen

Austrian civilians forced to bury the victims at Mauthausen. Their roll in the genocide has been greatly overlooked.

On May 6, 1945, the U.S. 80th Infantry Division liberated the Ebensee Concentration Camp in Ebensee, Austria.  About 60,000 prisoners of 25 different nationalities were liberated, all in various stages of starvation. This photo shows some of the prisoners preparing a meal over an open fire in the camp.

Survivors in Ebensee Prepare a Meal (May Ebensee survivors prepare a meal over an open flame. The man second from left is Josef Szuyt, the former clerk of barracks