Documents
Nazi Germany and the Soviet prisoners
Directive No. 21 (“Barbarossa” plan). Cover and front page. Berlin. 18 December 1940. (Document. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War ВХ-0782/1)
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Decree “On the jurisdiction of martial law and on special measures of the troops in the ‘Barbarossa’ zone” signed by Wilhelm Keitel. Berlin. 13 May 1941
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Decree “On the jurisdiction of martial law and on special measures of the troops in the ‘Barbarossa’ zone” signed by Wilhelm Keitel. Berlin. 13 May 1941
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Decree “On the jurisdiction of martial law and on special measures of the troops in the ‘Barbarossa’ zone” signed by Wilhelm Keitel. Berlin. 13 May 1941
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Decree “On the jurisdiction of martial law and on special measures of the troops in the ‘Barbarossa’ zone” signed by Wilhelm Keitel. Berlin. 13 May 1941
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Decree “On the jurisdiction of martial law and on special measures of the troops in the ‘Barbarossa’ zone” signed by Wilhelm Keitel. Berlin. 13 May 1941
Guidelines for “The treatment of political commissars” by the Headquarters of the Operational Command of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, LIV/Qu No. 44822/41. Berlin. 6 June 1941.
Guidelines for “The treatment of political commissars” by the Headquarters of the Operational Command of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, LIV/Qu No. 44822/41. Berlin. 6 June 1941.
Guidelines for “The treatment of political commissars” by the Headquarters of the Operational Command of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, LIV/Qu No. 44822/41. Berlin. 6 June 1941.
Guidelines for “The treatment of political commissars” by the Headquarters of the Operational Command of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, LIV/Qu No. 44822/41. Berlin. 6 June 1941.
Leaflet. “Kill the Jewish political officer, his face is asking for a brick!”
Leaflet. “Kill the political officers, kill the Jews!” Germany. 1941.
Leaflet pass. “You are surrounded! But there is a way out: defect to the Germans and in this way save your lives for the sake of your country!” Germany.1941
Secret directive of the Chief of Security Police (SiPo) and Security Service (SD) signed by Müller to the heads of concentration camps on extermination of Soviet prisoners of war. 9 November 1941.
Draft dietary standards for the Soviet prisoners of war in Germany. 27 November 1941. It was developed by the Ministry for Nutrition and Agriculture of the Third Reich.

Draft
dietary standards for Soviet prisoners of war in Germany doing light work (based on the meeting in the office of Ministerialdirigent Dr. Klaussen on 27 November 1941 at the Reich Ministry for Nutrition and Agriculture)

Weekly rate in gramsTotal annual requirement in tons perDaily rate
100,000 persons500,000 personsGramsCaloriesProteins in grams Pure fats in grams
Bread (mixture): Rye bran, sugar beet bagasse, 1550
straw205014800740004071100126,04,3
Meat 1)2501300650035,8345.11,4
Fats130680340018,61410,814,7
Concentrates150780390021,4771,60,5
of which 75% cereals14207100
Preserved milk2330121006050033314111,70,3
Sugar70365182510,041--
Potatoes30001560070000429,03977,3-
Turnip16500850004300002330,07355,6-
Vegetables1125585029250160,0600,33,5
Cabbage27514307150 39,3100,10,5
Total254058,525,2
1) One kilo of horse meat or poor quality meat contains 950 calories, 39 grams of fat, 142 grams of protein.
ENG
Draft dietary standards for the Soviet prisoners of war in Germany. 27 November 1941. It was developed by the Ministry for Nutrition and Agriculture of the Third Reich.

Draft
dietary standards for Soviet prisoners of war in Germany doing light work (based on the meeting in the office of Ministerialdirigent Dr. Klaussen on 27 November 1941 at the Reich Ministry for Nutrition and Agriculture)

Weekly rate in gramsTotal annual requirement in tons perDaily rate
100,000 persons500,000 personsGramsCaloriesProteins in grams Pure fats in grams
Bread (mixture): Rye bran, sugar beet bagasse, 1550
straw205014800740004071100126,04,3
Meat 1)2501300650035,8345.11,4
Fats130680340018,61410,814,7
Concentrates150780390021,4771,60,5
of which 75% cereals14207100
Preserved milk2330121006050033314111,70,3
Sugar70365182510,041--
Potatoes30001560070000429,03977,3-
Turnip16500850004300002330,07355,6-
Vegetables1125585029250160,0600,33,5
Cabbage27514307150 39,3100,10,5
Total254058,525,2
1) One kilo of horse meat or poor quality meat contains 950 calories, 39 grams of fat, 142 grams of protein.
ENG
From the order of the head of POWs affairs of military district VIII on use of firearms when Soviet prisoners of war are guarded. 7 November 1941.

From the order of the head of POWs affairs of military district VIII on use of firearms when Soviet prisoners of war are guarded

Breslavl, 7 November 1941

…there is an increasing number of incidents when guards on duty simply shoot Soviet prisoners of war at the slightest provocation.

Recent reports on disease-related mortality among the Soviet prisoners of war show a rate so high that no every incident of breach of orders should be regarded as consequences of malicious intent and disobedience but often as a result of weakness and apathy caused by poor health.

Head of the work team is personally responsible for thorough briefing of subordinate soldiers on the issue of using weapons against prisoners of war. In case of a breach of order or disobedience the guard is first to use the butt-end and bayonet, and if this is of avail – then use firearms...

As instructed by

Major

SARF, collection 7021, register 148, folder 214, p. 41
Translation from German

ENG
Letter of the Chief of the Order Police referring to the memorandum on branding the Soviet prisoners of war with numbers – issued by the Oberste Heeresleitung or OHL (Supreme Army Command) on 9 February 1942.

Berlin, 2 February 1942

Copy from a copy

Chief of Order Police
1-g-1а No. 74/42

Subject: on branding of Soviet prisoners of war.

I am forwarding the below copy of the decree of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces dated January 16, 1942, Az 2f 24.73 POWs Department (1-а) 539/42 – In addition to my instruction as of 5/1-1942.

Supreme Command 1-а-1-а (1) No. 127/41 (g)

By order of, Schpake
True copy [signature]

Copy from a copy

Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Berlin Schöneberg 16/1- 1942 Az 2f 24.73 POWs Department (1-а) 539/42.

Subject: on branding of Soviet prisoners of war.

Since in case of attempted flight Soviet prisoners of war drop their identification signs and thus make it impossible to recognize them as POWs, especially Soviet POWs, the following decree is issued.

Every Soviet POW must be branded with silver nitrate on the inner part of the left forearm.

Chief of Supreme Command of the Armed Forces

[signature]

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Riga, 8 March 1942

Chief of Order Police
to “Ostland” dep. 1-а 13.08.

Copy for information

Instruction of Chief of Order Police as of 5/1 1942.

Supreme Command 1 g-а/1 No. 124-41 (g) was forwarded with my instruction on 7 January 1942.

Lieutenant colonel Müller, Order Police on behalf by order of Chief of Police.

ENG
Letter of the Chief of the Order Police referring to the memorandum on branding the Soviet prisoners of war with numbers – issued by the Oberste Heeresleitung or OHL (Supreme Army Command) on 9 February 1942.

Berlin, 2 February 1942

Copy from a copy

Chief of Order Police
1-g-1а No. 74/42

Subject: on branding of Soviet prisoners of war.

I am forwarding the below copy of the decree of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces dated January 16, 1942, Az 2f 24.73 POWs Department (1-а) 539/42 – In addition to my instruction as of 5/1-1942.

Supreme Command 1-а-1-а (1) No. 127/41 (g)

By order of, Schpake
True copy [signature]

Copy from a copy

Supreme Command of the Armed Forces Berlin Schöneberg 16/1- 1942 Az 2f 24.73 POWs Department (1-а) 539/42.

Subject: on branding of Soviet prisoners of war.

Since in case of attempted flight Soviet prisoners of war drop their identification signs and thus make it impossible to recognize them as POWs, especially Soviet POWs, the following decree is issued.

Every Soviet POW must be branded with silver nitrate on the inner part of the left forearm.

Chief of Supreme Command of the Armed Forces

[signature]

-------------------------------------------

Riga, 8 March 1942

Chief of Order Police
to “Ostland” dep. 1-а 13.08.

Copy for information

Instruction of Chief of Order Police as of 5/1 1942.

Supreme Command 1 g-а/1 No. 124-41 (g) was forwarded with my instruction on 7 January 1942.

Lieutenant colonel Müller, Order Police on behalf by order of Chief of Police.

ENG
Order of Wilhelm Keitel, the head of Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, on detachment of Soviet prisoners of war to work in the German coal mining industry. 8 July 1943.

Keitel’s order on detachment of prisoners of war to work in the German coal mining industry

General Headquarters of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, 8 July 1943.

On 7 July, for the purposes of the extended program of cast iron and steel production the Führer ordered to ensure at all costs that the necessary quantity of coal be mined and for this end the lack in labor force be supplemented by prisoners of war.

Führer orders that the following measures aimed at providing the coal mining industry with 300 thousand additional workers be taken instantly:

  1. Of the Soviet prisoners of war currently in our hands (excluding those in Finland and Norway as well as those working for the army) the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force together with the Chief of Staff of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces (the POWs department) are to detach for work in the mining industry by 1 September 1943, 200 thousand POWs capable of working in the mines in consecutive parties following one another. If they need replacement it will be provided by the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force.
  2. When new Soviet POWs arrive, the needs of coal mining are to be satisfied on a priority basis. All POWs taken in the East after 5 July 1943 are to be transported to the camps of the military department and from there they are to be moved directly or in the order of replacement by workers working for other users of labor force to the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force for detachment to the coal mining industry. The Chairman of the Reich Coal association from now and on has the right to recruit through his agencies people in the camps of the military department.
  3. All Soviet mining industry workers without exception, working in any places where POWs are used, are to be assigned in accordance with their profession, on condition of replacement, to the mining industry through the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force.
  4. Men of the age from 16 to 55, taken in operations against gangs in the zone of military action, in the zone of military operations, communications zones, Commissariats for Eastern territories, the General Government and in the Balkans are from now and on considered to be prisoners of war. The same applies to the men of this category in the re-occupied territories in the east. They are to be sent to the camps for POWs, and from there – to work in Germany. The Chief of General Staff of the Ground Forces and the SS-Reichsführer will each issue the necessary instructions within the area of their jurisdiction on the record of the POWs’ family members and the treatment of them.

For the purpose of reporting to the Führer the Head of POWs Department reports to me every ten days about the implementation status – first report due on 25 July 1943 on the situation as of 20 July 1943

SARF, collection 7445, register 2, folder 142, pp. 79‒80.
Translation from German

ENG
Order of Wilhelm Keitel, the head of Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, on detachment of Soviet prisoners of war to work in the German coal mining industry. 8 July 1943.

Keitel’s order on detachment of prisoners of war to work in the German coal mining industry

General Headquarters of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, 8 July 1943.

On 7 July, for the purposes of the extended program of cast iron and steel production the Führer ordered to ensure at all costs that the necessary quantity of coal be mined and for this end the lack in labor force be supplemented by prisoners of war.

Führer orders that the following measures aimed at providing the coal mining industry with 300 thousand additional workers be taken instantly:

  1. Of the Soviet prisoners of war currently in our hands (excluding those in Finland and Norway as well as those working for the army) the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force together with the Chief of Staff of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces (the POWs department) are to detach for work in the mining industry by 1 September 1943, 200 thousand POWs capable of working in the mines in consecutive parties following one another. If they need replacement it will be provided by the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force.
  2. When new Soviet POWs arrive, the needs of coal mining are to be satisfied on a priority basis. All POWs taken in the East after 5 July 1943 are to be transported to the camps of the military department and from there they are to be moved directly or in the order of replacement by workers working for other users of labor force to the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force for detachment to the coal mining industry. The Chairman of the Reich Coal association from now and on has the right to recruit through his agencies people in the camps of the military department.
  3. All Soviet mining industry workers without exception, working in any places where POWs are used, are to be assigned in accordance with their profession, on condition of replacement, to the mining industry through the General Plenipotentiary for the Use of Labor Force.
  4. Men of the age from 16 to 55, taken in operations against gangs in the zone of military action, in the zone of military operations, communications zones, Commissariats for Eastern territories, the General Government and in the Balkans are from now and on considered to be prisoners of war. The same applies to the men of this category in the re-occupied territories in the east. They are to be sent to the camps for POWs, and from there – to work in Germany. The Chief of General Staff of the Ground Forces and the SS-Reichsführer will each issue the necessary instructions within the area of their jurisdiction on the record of the POWs’ family members and the treatment of them.

For the purpose of reporting to the Führer the Head of POWs Department reports to me every ten days about the implementation status – first report due on 25 July 1943 on the situation as of 20 July 1943

SARF, collection 7445, register 2, folder 142, pp. 79‒80.
Translation from German

ENG
Soviet prisoners in the SS Auschwitz
The plan of Auschwitz concentration camp. The Soviet prisoners of war were held in blocks 1, 2, 3, 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 24. (Document. (Auschwitz A History in Photographs l. 51)
Pages from the Book of Daily Personnel Registers. February 28, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 87-91)
Pages from the Book of Daily Personnel Registers. February 28, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 88)
Pages from the Book of Daily Personnel Registers. February 28, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 89)
Pages from the Book of Daily Personnel Registers. February 28, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 90)
Pages from the Book of Daily Personnel Registers. February 28, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 91)
The plan of the Birkenau camp for prisoners of war. 7 October 1941. (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
A letter to the camp commandant’s office regarding transferring 400 Russians (Soviet prisoners of war) to construction works. 22 October 1941.
A Page from the Book of daily personnel registers on the amount of Soviet prisoners of war brought to Auschwitz concentration camp on April 3rd, 1942 (The Document Archive of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. D-Aul-3|1 Starckebuch, т.1, с. 213)
The first page of the Quarantine List. (Document.  The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Quarantane-Liste/ 9b Syg D-Au 1-3)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of Punishment in the bunker of block 11. (Document. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ksiazka bunkra bloku 11)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 22 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 24 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1.  S. 25 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 26 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 31 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 32 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 33 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 34 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 39 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 39a D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 40 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 41 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 43 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 45 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 46 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 47 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 48 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 49 D-Au I-3/1)
Pages from the Book of the Disciplinary Company. 1.12.1943-4.10.1944 (Document.  The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. SK.t.1. S. 50 D-Au I-3/1)
Document containing the note on assigning the Soviet prisoners of war (RKG) – Uzbeks – to Dr. Mengele. 6.09.1944 (The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Akta wiezniow/Szpital obozu w Bizezince. T.3. S.60 Sug.D-Au I/5)
A page from the insentive list. September 1944. Soviet prisoners were referred to as ‘Russe’. Surnames and personal number are stated in the list. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Liesty premiowe t.14 k.1977)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp. (Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem, D-BU-3/1/5-6,KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t 5 c 70, т.6 С8,19,21)
A. Pogozhev. A letter containing recollections of the mass escape of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942 with an enclosed scheme of the camp in Birkenau as of the end of 1942. 17.5.1962
A. Pogozhev. A letter containing recollections of the mass escape of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942 with an enclosed scheme of the camp in Birkenau as of the end of 1942. 17.5.1962
A. Pogozhev. A letter containing recollections of the mass escape of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942 with an enclosed scheme of the camp in Birkenau as of the end of 1942. 17.5.1962
A. Pogozhev. A letter containing recollections of the mass escape of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942 with an enclosed scheme of the camp in Birkenau as of the end of 1942. 17.5.1962
“Wanted” notice issued by German criminal police for escaped prisoners Nikolai Masnennikov and Konstantin Mochalov. (Document. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Telegrams from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Soviet prisoners of war. 1943-1944. (Dokuments. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Sug.D-Au I/1-278)
Fragment of the minutes from the interrogation of the Polish Jew Dragon Shlema (prisoner 80359), a member of crematorium sonderkommando as witness regarding the participation of Soviet prisoners of war in Sonderkommandos’ revolt. 26.02.1945
Fragment of the minutes from the interrogation of the Polish Jew Dragon Shlema (prisoner 80359), a member of crematorium sonderkommando as witness regarding the participation of Soviet prisoners of war in Sonderkommandos’ revolt. 26.02.1945
A telegram from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Sonderkommando members including the Soviet prisoner of war Shenkarenko Alexander (prisoner 11526 of Jewish transport)
A telegram from Auschwitz about the capture of escaped Sonderkommando members including the Soviet prisoner of war Shenkarenko Alexander (prisoner 11526 of Jewish transport)
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