Buchenwald concentration camp was a German Nazi concentration camp
established on the Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) near Weimar, Germany, in July
Together with its many satellite camps, Buchenwald was one of the largest
concentration camps established within the old German borders of 1937.
Buchenwald concentration camp was one of the largest on German soil, with one
hundred and thirty satellite camps and extension units. The name ...
In 1937, the SS has a concentration camp built just a few kilometres from Weimar,
the city of German Classicism. The camp's name – “Buchenwald” – becomes a ...
Buchenwald (Germany). Location: Weimar; Established: 1937; Liberation: April
11, 1945, by the US Army (cf. Liberator section); Estimated number of victims: ...
Buchenwald was one of the largest concentration camps established by the
Nazis. The camp was constructed in 1937 in a wooded area on the northern
Historian Leni Yahil estimates the actual number of deaths in Buchenwald at
70,000, or 30% of the total of all prisoners admitted. She includes in this number
Two World War II prisoners of war stare through a barbed wire fence at
Buchenwald Concentration Camp near Weimar, Germany in 1945.
Jun 11, 2015 ... Buchenwald, one of the biggest of the Nazi concentration camps established on
German soil. It stood on a wooded hill about 4.5 miles (7 km) ...
I have since seen the movie made about Buchenwald. The stack of bodies is
vividly displayed in the movie, just as I saw it the first day, but it is not the same.