Germany - Sachsenhausen KZ Camp

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The Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp is located in Oranienburg - just north of Berlin. The camp was a Nazi concentration camp used primarily for political prisoners from 1936 to the end of World War II in May, 1945. After World War II the structure was used as a Soviet NKVD special camp until 1950. The remaining buildings and grounds are now open to the public as a museum.     
 
Oranienburg - Berlin

A map showing the size of the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

A map showing the size of the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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One of the buildings at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

One of the buildings at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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One of the buildings/gates at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

One of the buildings/gates at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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A warning sign at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

A warning sign at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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A small part of the fence at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

A small part of the fence at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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One of the gates at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.

One of the gates at the Sachsenhausen KZ Concentration Camp outside Berlin.
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Photo: J. Lynge (Denmark) - April 2011
 
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