Lulek Lau, 8 year old child orphan, one of the youngest survivors of Buchenwald concentration camp - 1945

Lulek (Yisrael Meir) Lau, 8 year old child orphan, one of the youngest survivors of Buchenwald concentration camp - 1945

This Day in WWII History: Apr 11, 1945: The U.S. army liberates Buchenwald concentration camp

April 11 1945 - The United States Army Liberates Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Atrocity.Buchenwald Concentration Camp. A prisoner at the Buchenwald Concentration camp holds a human bone as he stands in front of a pile o...

A prisoner at the Buchenwald Concentration camp holds a human bone as he stands in front of a pile of bones shoveled out of a crematory. Germany Royalty Free Pictures of World War II

A group of soldiers stand around at truck containing the bodies of 40 persons who died at the infamous Buchenwald Concentration Camp.

Liberating soldiers of Lt. General George S. Patton's Army, XX Corps, are shown at Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar, Germany, on April (AP Photo/U.

Buchenwald concentration camp - 1983

Watchtower Buchenwald concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bild Bundesarchiv

Portrait of Joseph Schleifstein wearing his concentration camp uniform a year or two after his liberation from Buchenwald concentration camp

Portrait of Joseph Schleifstein wearing his concentration camp uniform a year or two after his liberation from Buchenwald concentration camp.yes even children were put in concentration camps including Jehovah's Witness children.

“No human being is illegal.” Elie Wiesel, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986, author of Night, and survivor of the Auschwitz, Buna, and Buchenwald concentration camps.

“No human being is illegal.” Elie Wiesel, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in author of Night, and survivor of the Auschwitz, Buna, and Buchenwald concentration camps.

Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Buchenwald concentration camp (German: Konzentrationslager (KZ) Buchenwald) was a German Nazi concentration camp established on the Ettersberg (Etter Mountai.

Caption: "Newly liberated Jewish survivors of Buchenwald concentration camp are joined by Jewish U.S. Army soldiers who helped liberate the camp for the first day of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) religious service [...] The day after this Shavuot service was held, a group of Jewish children, former inmates, were repatriated to their homes in Czechoslovakia. Buchenwald concentration camp, near Weimar, Thuringia, Germany. 18 May 1945."

Newly liberated Jewish survivors of Buchenwald concentration camp are joined by Jewish U. Army soldiers who helped liberate the camp for the first day of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) religious service, conducted by U.

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