Female SS torturers are supervised by British infanty burying the dead in a mass grave – Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp: 23rd April 1945
The females listed in this picture are named as;
Magdalene Kessel, Anneliese Kohlmann, Hildegard Kambach, Charlotte Pliquet, Frieda Walter, Ilse Förster & Elisabeth Volkenrath
Concentration Camp inmates at BMW in Munich – Allach, ca. 1943.
Munich-Allach: Working for BMW
Toward the end of the war ninety percent of the workforce at the largest aircraft engine factory in the German Reich – BMW’s plant in Munich-Allach – consisted of foreign civilian workers, POWs and concentration camp inmates. The number of workers had risen from 1,000 in 1939 to more than 17,000 in 1944.
Forced laborers worked not only in the assembly halls, but also on the factory’s expansion. Due to BMW’s importance to the armament industry, the authorities gave it priority over other companies in the assignment of workers. Nevertheless, its personnel demand was never completely met.
Some of the Western European workers lived in private quarters. For all others, barrack camps were set up all around the factory grounds until 1944, ultimately accommodating 14,000 people. That figure included several thousand concentration camp inmates which the company management had applied for already in 1942.
German Soldiers Reacting to Concentration Camp Footage, 1945 – Colourised by Me
The Liberation of Bergen-belsen Concentration Camp: women inmates collect their bread ration from one of the five camp cookhouses. 1945.