Object details

Category
Photographs
Related period
Second World War (production), Second World War (content)
Creator
Hinkelmann (German official photographer)
German official photographer
Production date
1941-07
Dimensions

whole: Height 127 mm, Width 174 mm

Catalogue number
HU 130986
Part of
J E Allen Collection Photographs

Object associations

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Edith Jacobowitz and Millisle Refugee Farm

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A passer-by giving money to two destitute children on the street in the ghetto.
© IWM (HU 60653)
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Daily Life in the Warsaw Ghetto

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Wearing protective clothing, men of 11 Light Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps evacuate inmates from one of the huts at Belsen.
Men of 11th Light Field Ambulance evacuate prisoners from one of the huts at Bergen-Belsen, 22 April 1945.
Holocaust

The Liberation Of Bergen-Belsen

British forces liberated Bergen-Belsen on 15 April 1945. Thousands of bodies lay unburied around the camp and some 60,000 starving and mortally ill people were packed together without food, water or basic sanitation. Many were suffering from typhus, dysentery and starvation.