Dachau


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a concentration camp for Jews created by the Nazis near Munich in southern Germany

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It was the memory of what he had witnessed when he entered the gates of Dachau.
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"We raced through the gates of Dachau figurative 'minutes' after its liberation while 40,000+ wrecks of humanity milled, tore, looted, screamed, cried as/like depraved beasts which the Nazi SS has made them.
Stevens--well known today for The Diary of Anne Frank, the compelling 1959 Holocaust film that came out of his war experiences--filmed the liberation of Dachau as one of his duties.
Dr Klaus Reinhardt of Tuebingen University examined the archives of the Entomological Institute at Dachau.
Dachau opened in 1933 shortly after Hitler seized power and was the first such site in Germany.
Dachau was its own killing machine: tens of thousands died from the appalling conditions and treatment inside the camp itself.
Popular times to visit Dachau are during the Munich Oktoberfest, which begins in mid-September continuing through early October, and during Advent for the Christmas Market.
But the town with the darkest associations is arguably Dachau, location= of the Nazi's first concentration camp.
The Dachau concentration camp, located only 10 miles from the Bavarian capital Munich, was first opened by Heinrich Himmler in June of 1933 to hold political opponents of the Nazi regime.
"The closure of the Dachau mill will have a strengthening effect on the European coated publication paper (LWC) demand and supply ratio.
The society of terror; inside the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps.
In Majdanek, there were 100,000 Polish prisoners, 40,000 in Mauthausen, 35,000 in Dachau, 30,000 in Sachsenhausen, 23,000 in Buchenwald, 16,000 in Plaschau, and 34,000 in Ravensbruck, the women's concentration camp.
Today, 60 years later, their names alone convey an almost incomprehensible evil: Auschwitz, Birkenau, Treblinka, Buchenwald, Dachau, and others.
above Dr Hugo Steinberg's Dachau diary, as read to Huddersfield Rotary Club in 1944.