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Commemorative ribbon for the 50th anniversary of Dachau concentration camp

Object | Accession Number: 2004.705.14

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    Commemorative ribbon for the 50th anniversary of Dachau concentration camp


    Brief Narrative
    Blue and white striped embroidered ribbon, reminiscent of a concentration camp uniform issued in 1995 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau concentration camp by American troops on April 29, 1945. Dachau was the first concentration camp established by the Nazi government in 1933, originally for political prisoners. Over time, other groups were interned at Dachau, such as Jehovah's Witnesses, Roma, homosexuals, repeat criminal offenders, and Jews. The SS used it as the training center for SS concentration camp guards and it had an active medical experiment program. Most of the prisoners were used as forced labor. Nearly 200,000 people were incarcerated at Dachau and nearly 20,000 inmates died there, although the exact number is not known.s
    commemoration:  1945-1995
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Estate of Robert L. White
    front, lower edge, embroidered, black thread : DACHAU / PLUS JAMAIS / NEVER AGAIN / NIE WIEDER / Никогда больше / 1945 1995

    Physical Details

    Decorative Arts
    Object Type
    Ribbons (lcsh)
    Physical Description
    Rectangular ribbon with vertical gray and light blue stripes white edges and zigzag cut short edges. The front design features a gray band above an embroidered image of an emaciated bald man wearing a long cloth coat and pants standing with his hands in his pockets. Embroidered in black thread below the image is Dachau, the phrase Never Again repeated in French, English, German and Russian, and dates. A gold colored metal backing pin is inserted through a channel on the upped back.
    overall: Height: 4.375 inches (11.113 cm) | Width: 2.000 inches (5.08 cm) | Depth: 0.125 inches (0.318 cm)
    overall : cloth, metal, thread

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    Administrative Notes

    The ribbon was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2004 by the Estate of Robert L. White.
    Funding Note
    The cataloging of this artifact has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
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    2023-06-06 07:42:00
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