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George Junior Groce photograph collection

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    Contains an envelope with photographs strung together. Photographs show the reburial of victims of the Mauthausen concentration camp and its subcamp Gusen, in Austria, shortly after liberation. Included are images of civilians [Austrians living near the camp] burying the victims; images of the deceased in piles at the camps; and burning of infested barracks.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Larry Groce

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    1 folder

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    Images belonged to George Groce who was an American soldier and ambulance driver during WWII in Europe. Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2018 by Larry Groce, son of George Junior Groce.
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