Chaplain Harry V. Hamblen photograph collection
Contains photographic black-and-white prints documenting the Buchenwald concentration camp after liberation. Includes close-up images of victims, piles of bodies stacked behind the crematorium with memorial wreaths hanging on the wall above them, and the crematorium ovens. The photos were brought home from the war by Chaplain Harry V. Hamblen (donor’s father) who served with the 5th Corps of the U.S. Army during WWII.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of James V. Hamblen
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