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Prisoners working in the crematorium at a concentration camp in Flossenburg, Germany during World War II.
Slave labor camps in Flossenburg, Germany during World WAR II. Former French prisoner at the camp as he conducts a soldier through the underground crematorium. Prisoners working in crematorium carry out bones and ashes from the furnace. They dump the bones and ashes in the nearby pit. Sign over the crematorium reads: ‘Disinfection’. Location: Flossenburg Germany. Date: April 30, 1945.
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