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A detail from a photograph of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, taken by a US plane in 25 August 1944. Krema III is clearly seen, and the roof vents through which the Zyklon-B was introduced are visible.

A pile of the victims glasses at Auschwitz.

Sorting the shoes of victims in Auschwitz. Like all the other property of the victims, it was sent to Germany, except for what was left in the camp by the fleeing SS.

A mass grave in the Belsen camp.

German soldiers cutting the beard of an elderly Jew in Poland.

One of the cremation pits used to burn the victims of the gas chambers in Auschwitz. These "burning pits" were used mainly in the summer of 1944, when the extermination was going at such a rate that the furnaces couldn't handle the number of corpses.

In a letter from SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Jahrling to SS-General Kammler, the cremating capacity of the five Auschwitz crematoriums is specified as 4,756 per 24 working hours.

A mass execution of Jews in Nazi occupied Soviet Union.

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