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A group of survivors and two soldiers of the 11th Armored Division of the 3rd U.S. Army stand beside the corpse of a camp guard killed by survivors after liberation, May 12, 1945. Ordered to turn in weapons, frightened civilians pile up uniforms, gas masks, helmets, and anything issued by the Nazis. A round-up of collaborators by Dutch troops, September 20, 1944. Collaborators with shaven heads are paraded through Cherbourg, France, by the French resistance on Bastille Day, 1944. Armed French patriots display a beaten collaborator in Aix-la-Chapelle, France, August 21, 1944. This girl pays the penalty for having had personal relations with the Germans. Here, in the Montelimar area of France, French civilians shave her head as punishment. Women accused of collaborating with the Germans wait to be marched through the streets of Grave by the Dutch resistance. The womens' heads were shaved in preparation for their public humiliation. Belgian women who collaborated with the Germans during the occupation are forced to give the Nazi salute before their jeering countrymen. The women's heads were all shaven as part of their public humiliation. This salt mine in Merkers, Germany was found to contain Reichsbank wealth, SS loot, and museum paintings that had been removed from Berlin. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander, accompanied by Gen. Omar N. Bradley, and Lt. Gen George S. Patton, Jr., inspects art treasures stolen by Germans and hidden in a salt mine in Germany. Return to Other Archival Photographs
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