Everyday Life in A Women's Concentration Camp 1939-45

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As the war progressed, camp life deteriorated. More and more victims were concentrated in Ravensbruck, and the Nazis installed a gas chamber. About 140,000 Ravensbruck inmates did not survive the war. In 1945 life in Ravensbruck came to an abrupt end with a dramatic and macabre death march, in which many inmates perished and Nazis, clad as inmates, tried to escape the Russian troops.
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Markus Wiener : 2000
ISBN: 9781558762190
Branch Call Number: 940.5472 M834r
Characteristics: 367p illus


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