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Ruins of the Mittelbau-Dora boiler house. Boiler-house. Boiler-house. Boiler-house. Boiler-house. Broken equipment in the former boiler-house. Ruins of the Mittelbau-Dora laundry. A sign at the site reads: "The prisoners were able to change their dirty clothes only infrequently. Clothing that reached the laundry was usually very dirty and tattered. Because of the large population of the camp, the prisoners working in the laundry had to clean mountains of clothes under primitive conditions. They also had to wash infected bedding from the infirmary." Laundry. Laundry. Camp laundry. Camp laundry. Camp laundry. Ruins of the Mittelbau-Dora building for the storage of prisoners' possessions. Detail of ruins of the Mittelbau-Dora building for the storage of prisoners' possessions. This area was once filled with prisoner barracks. Ruins of the 200-seat Mittelbau-Dora cinema. Prisoners could view selected films for a ticket price of 30 Pfennig. Ruins of the Mittelbau-Dora cinema. Beginning in January of 1945, up to 1,200 prisoners were held in the former cinema. Detail of Mittelbau-Dora cinema ruins. Detail of Mittelbau-Dora cinema ruins. Boulder along a camp road. Today the locations of former prisoner barracks are marked with numbers painted on bricks. Here, barrack number 108 once stood. The baths. The baths, detail. Ruins. Delousing station. Here prisoners were forced to hand in their clothes for disinfection and wait naked outside in all weather. Clothes were returned wet increasing the risk of prisoners catching a cold. Delousing station. Delousing station, detail. Delousing station, detail. Delousing station, detail. Hospital hut number 129 was located near the crematorium. The crematorium as seen from the original front. The crematorium as seen from the original front. The crematorium as seen from what was originally the back. Today visitors to the crematorium enter from this side. Current entrance to the crematorium as seen from the memorial plaza below. Crematorium entrance. Crematorium oven. Crematorium oven. Crematorium chimney bearing the date 1944.
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