Leo Sadinsky photograph collection
Consists of three photographs taken in the spring of 1945 inside the Dachau concentration camp. The photographs, which Holocaust survivor Leo Sadinsky remembered taking off the body of a German soldier, depict a pile of corpses, a body next to a wall, and a group of prisoners in uniforms behind a barbed wire fence. The photograph of the pile of bodies is dated April 15, 1945 on the verso.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jef Adin in memory of his father, Leon Sadinsky
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