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International Day of Fascist Concentration Camps Prisoners Liberation

April 11, 2014, 12:38 UTC+3
April 11 is the International Day of Fascist Concentration Camps Prisoners Liberation
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Buchenwald camp was one of the most terrible, over a million people were killed here
Buchenwald camp was one of the most terrible, over a million people were killed here
Buchenwald camp was one of the most terrible, over a million people were killed here
© AP Photo/File
Buchenwald concentration camp liberation in April 1945
Buchenwald concentration camp liberation in April 1945
Buchenwald concentration camp liberation in April 1945
© AP Photo
The first concentration camp in Germany, Dachau, was founded in March 1933. Photo: prisoners at the electric fence of Dachau concentration camp greeting Allied troops
The first concentration camp in Germany, Dachau, was founded in March 1933. Photo: prisoners at the electric fence of Dachau concentration camp greeting Allied troops
The first concentration camp in Germany, Dachau, was founded in March 1933. Photo: prisoners at the electric fence of Dachau concentration camp greeting Allied troops
© AP Photo, File
Women and their newborn children after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
Women and their newborn children after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
Women and their newborn children after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
©  EPA/WDR / USHMM / HANDOUT
Children at the Auschwitz concentration camp
Children at the Auschwitz concentration camp
Children at the Auschwitz concentration camp
© Fotokhronika TASS
Auschwitz concentration camp
Auschwitz concentration camp
Auschwitz concentration camp
© Mark Redkin/Fotokhronika TASS
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon walks along the barbed wire fence at the former German Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon walks along the barbed wire fence at the former German Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon walks along the barbed wire fence at the former German Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz
© EPA/EVAN SCHNEIDER / UN HANDOUT
Belzec in Poland was the site of the first of the Nazi German death camps. Photo: an old Israeli put a candle light at the Memorial Site in the Belzec death camp
Belzec in Poland was the site of the first of the Nazi German death camps. Photo: an old Israeli put a candle light at the Memorial Site in the Belzec death camp
Belzec in Poland was the site of the first of the Nazi German death camps. Photo: an old Israeli put a candle light at the Memorial Site in the Belzec death camp
© EPA/Miroslaw Trembecki
Artificial mountain at the vast new memorial for the victims of the Belzec Nazi death camp
Artificial mountain at the vast new memorial for the victims of the Belzec Nazi death camp
Artificial mountain at the vast new memorial for the victims of the Belzec Nazi death camp
© AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski
Children at a German concentration camp in the USSR, 1942
Children at a German concentration camp in the USSR, 1942
Children at a German concentration camp in the USSR, 1942
© Fotokhronika TASS/reproduction
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Buchenwald camp was one of the most terrible, over a million people were killed here
© AP Photo/File
Buchenwald concentration camp liberation in April 1945
© AP Photo
The first concentration camp in Germany, Dachau, was founded in March 1933. Photo: prisoners at the electric fence of Dachau concentration camp greeting Allied troops
© AP Photo, File
Women and their newborn children after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
©  EPA/WDR / USHMM / HANDOUT
Children at the Auschwitz concentration camp
© Fotokhronika TASS
Auschwitz concentration camp
© Mark Redkin/Fotokhronika TASS
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon walks along the barbed wire fence at the former German Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz
© EPA/EVAN SCHNEIDER / UN HANDOUT
Belzec in Poland was the site of the first of the Nazi German death camps. Photo: an old Israeli put a candle light at the Memorial Site in the Belzec death camp
© EPA/Miroslaw Trembecki
Artificial mountain at the vast new memorial for the victims of the Belzec Nazi death camp
© AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski
Children at a German concentration camp in the USSR, 1942
© Fotokhronika TASS/reproduction

The number of Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War exceeded 300. Several million people were killed in concentration camps during the WWII. Buchenwald concentration camp was liberated on April 11 1945. On this day, the International Day of Fascist Concentration Camps Prisoners Liberation is marked.

 

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