Four harsh (large) photographs from the Buchenwald, Dachau, and Bergen-Belsen camps that were taken by the Allies - the liberators of the camp, at the end of the World War. Photographed by the photo agency L.A.P.I. - "Minister de linformation". Germany .
* Prisoners on the wooden bunks as they were found on the day the Buchenwald camp was liberated.
* Piles of corpses in the Dachau death camp.
* General Eisenhower and his soldiers walk next to corpses in the Bergen-Belsen camp on the day of liberation.
* German residents who were forced by the French to move next to the bodies of the dead who were concentrated in Tielfingen.
The photographs are described on the back by the photography agency.
Same size: 24x18 cm. Except for one 20x18 cm. general condition good.