Remembering the Death Camps
Soldiers of the Fourth Armored Division survey the scene of death and desolation on the ground of the Ohrdruf prison camp. Associated Press Photo 277134.
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This site is dedicated to remembering all the death camps run by the Germans and their allies in World War II. The largest camps are well known. What is being forgotten are the dozens of smaller camps linked to the major sites where people worked, sickened, died or were executed.
The site begins with details of two camps, one at Ohrdruf and another at Schwabmunchen. The photos were discovered by a North Carolina blogger in the early 2000s and posted on his site. The site is now defunct. We hope to add additional camps as time permits.