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Concentration and POW Camps in Europe 
Carte des camps de concentration et d'extermination, Liste des camps de concentration et d'extermination en Français
Concentrationcamp liberators a concentration camp in Austria called Gunskirchen Lager
Concentrationcamp map
Concentrationcamp map pdf file
Concentrationcamp map numbers killed
Concentrationcamp maps Concentrationcamp maps
Concentration camps WWII concentration and death camp complex at Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp near Munich, Mauthausen
Concentration camps WWII
Forgotten Camps covers the history of all the major extermination centers, the history of several sub-camps, the history of major concentration camps
Holocaust - maps and blueprints
Inside a Nazi Death Camp, 1944
Liste des camps de concentration nazis
Nazi concentration camps
Soviet Prisoners-of-War (POWs), 1941-42
Swiss Internees Association
The forgotten camps history of Nazi concentration camps, work camps, police camps, transit camps
Other crualties - mass murders 
Babi Yar: Killing Ravine of Kiev Jewry – WWII
Babi Yar
Babi Yar Babi Yar - mass murder
Babi Yar - mass murder in Kiev, the Nazis murdered approximately 100,000 people in a ravine named Babi Yar
Bernburg november 21, 1940, the killing of mentally ill and handicapped people ("euthanasia") in a gas chamber in the Bernburg psychiatric hospital begins
Gardelegen massacre
Grafeneck so-called "Euthanasia" experimentation. In one year, the National Socialist regime murdered 10,654 sick and disabled people at Grafeneck
Hadamar gas chamber facility within the framework of the "euthanasia" (Action T4) program; approximately 10,000 patients are killed with carbon monoxide gas
Khatyn march 22 1943 26 houses with their inhabitants (149 people, including 75 children) were burned by the German punishment battalion in Belarusian village of Khatyn
Lidice destruction of Lidice, the extermination of town Lidice in 1942 Lidice, a village in Czechoslovakia
Lidice Czechoslovakian village which was destroyed during WWII by the Nazis. After the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in 1942 by Czech  partisans
Lidice nazis liquidate Lidice in retaliation for Heydrich's death
KZ Leonberg
Lichtenburg built as a residence for the widows of Saxon Electors
Nazi prison escape from 1940 to 1945, allied prisoners of war engineered spectacular escapes from Colditz Castle, the Nazis' most impregnable prison
Oradour-sur-Glane 10th June 1944 background and events leading up to the destruction of the small Limousin town of Oradour sur Glane in the Haute-Vienne department of France, Centre de la mémoire
Oradour-sur-Glane - remember
Oradour-sur-Glane - photos
Osthofen German
Památník Lidice extermination of town Lidice and the suffering of its residents who 10.6.1942 became the victims of the fascist
Struma Struma: the boat that never made it
Struma boat exodus
Struma ship a ship which was to carry seven hundred and sixty nine Jews from Romania to Mandatory Palestine in 1941, in defiance of British immigration policies
POW camps 
Colditz gateway to Saxony : Das Tor zu Sachsen
Kriegsgefangenenlage Stalag VII A in German
PoW-camp Zedelgem
Prisoner of War a site about the experiences of the Allied Prisoner of War, held in camps in either Europe or the Pacific during World War 2
Stalag 18A, Austria
Stalag 326 Stukenbrock
Stalag Luft during World War II approximately 8,939 Allied Airmen ( 7,588 American and 1,351 Royal Air Force ) were imprisoned by the Germans at Stalag Luft I in Barth, Germany, Robert D. Reeves - Peoria to Munich - prisoner of war
Stalag Luft 1 the German system separated officers from enlisted men and sent them out to the various camps, which were know as Stalag Lufts. These airmen's camps were administered by the German Luftwaffe and the Abwehr
Stalag XB Sandbostel

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