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Heinrich Himmler- Nazi War Criminal- Architect of the Holocaust. Re-Pinned by HistorySimulation.com

Heinrich Himmler- Nazi War Criminal- Architect of the Holocaust. Re-Pinned by HistorySimulation.com

A set of prisoner clothing - trousers, blouse, hat and wooden clogs at the Auschwitz Museum Archives. The wooden clogs were the source of much pain, suffering and death. Ill fitting and rough, they caused blisters and sores, even fatal infection due to prisoner's weakened immune systems. Each inmate was issued only one set of clothes. The loss of clothing items, especially the cap, was severely punished. The clothing could be changed only every six to eight weeks. From auschwitz.org

A set of prisoner clothing - trousers, blouse, hat and wooden clogs at the Auschwitz Museum Archives. The wooden clogs were the source of much pain, suffering and death. Ill fitting and rough, they caused blisters and sores, even fatal infection due to prisoner's weakened immune systems. Each inmate was issued only one set of clothes. The loss of clothing items, especially the cap, was severely punished. The clothing could be changed only every six to eight weeks. From auschwitz.org

Franz Höessler was an SS-Obersturmführer and Protective Custody Leader at the Auschwitz-Birkenau, Dora-Mittelbau and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. In this photo, he is standing in front of truck full of corpses at Bergen-Belsen. Hössler was tried alongside 43 other SS in the Bergen Trial. He was found guilty and hanged on Dec 13, 1945.

Franz Höessler was an SS-Obersturmführer and Protective Custody Leader at the Auschwitz-Birkenau, Dora-Mittelbau and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. In this photo, he is standing in front of truck full of corpses at Bergen-Belsen. Hössler was tried alongside 43 other SS in the Bergen Trial. He was found guilty and hanged on Dec 13, 1945.

Kapos at Auschwitz 1 concentration camp wore a variety of different armbands depending on their status. This artwork was produced by Thomas Geve, a prisoner of Auschwitz. © 2011 Yad Vashem The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority.

Kapos at Auschwitz 1 concentration camp wore a variety of different armbands depending on their status. This artwork was produced by Thomas Geve, a prisoner of Auschwitz. © 2011 Yad Vashem The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority.

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Nina Leen, 1940s

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A view of the St. Louis Fashion Board looking over new fashions,1944

A view of the St. Louis Fashion Board looking over new fashions,1944