Photos: Terezín, IVClick on a thumbnail image to view the full photograph.
Street view in Terezín. Terezín was a model camp set up to deceive Red Cross inspectors and provide a location to send well-known Jews whose absence would have been noticed by the international community. It was known for the many artists who were sent there. Street view in Terezín. Terezín. Terezín. Terezín. Terezín. Terezín. Crowded living conditions in Terezín. Crematorium. Inside the crematorium. Inside the crematorium. Columbarium. Remains of ghetto residents were interred here until the Nazis dispersed the ashes in an attempt to cover their crimes. A plaque at the site reads: In the corridors of this fortification cardboard urns containing the ashes of the dead prisoners were deposited. All the urns--actually about 25,000--were removed by the SS at the end of 1944. Most of the ashes were thrown into the River Ohre. The remaining ashes were buried near the Litomerice concentration camp. Terezín city walls.
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