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German civilians from vicinity of Ohrdruf prepare corpses for burial by wrapping them in sheets and assigning a numbered grave marker.

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    German civilians from vicinity of Ohrdruf prepare corpses for burial by wrapping them in sheets and assigning a numbered grave marker.
    German civilians from vicinity of Ohrdruf prepare corpses for burial by wrapping them in sheets and assigning a numbered grave marker.

The original catpion reads, "Preparing the bodies for burial at the Ohrdruf concentration camp by the civilians of Ohrdruf, Germany. They are wrapped in sheets and are grave marked with a number." [sic]

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    German civilians from vicinity of Ohrdruf prepare corpses for burial by wrapping them in sheets and assigning a numbered grave marker.

    The original catpion reads, "Preparing the bodies for burial at the Ohrdruf concentration camp by the civilians of Ohrdruf, Germany. They are wrapped in sheets and are grave marked with a number." [sic]
    Photographer
    Addison Moll
    Date
    1945 April 10
    Locale
    Ohrdruf, [Thuringia] Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Michael Woskowitz

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Michael Woskowitz
    Source Record ID: U.S. Army Signal Corps Photograph
    Second Record ID: Collections: Exh. Loan: Woskowitz, Michael

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    2013-07-26 00:00:00
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