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OPENING OF THE RUSSIAN EXPOSITION IN OSWIECIM
Nazi Germany and the Soviet prisoners
Executed Soviet prisoners of war. Novgorod region. 1942
Executed Soviet prisoners of war. Novgorod region. 1942
Soviet prisoners of war drag the body of a dead comrade. 1941
Soviet prisoners of war drag the body of a dead comrade. 1941
Assembly station for Soviet prisoners of war. Bobruisk. 1941
Assembly station for Soviet prisoners of war. Bobruisk. 1941
Heinrich Himmler visiting the Minsk camp for prisoners of war. August 1941.
Heinrich Himmler visiting the Minsk camp for prisoners of war. August 1941.
Prisoners of war on open railway freight cars. 1941.
Prisoners of war on open railway freight cars. 1941.
German soldier killing a prisoner of war in one of the assembly camps. Smolensk. August 1941.
German soldier killing a prisoner of war in one of the assembly camps. Smolensk. August 1941.
Soviet prisoners of war in a transit camp. October 1941.
Soviet prisoners of war in a transit camp. October 1941.
Soviet prisoners of war in a camp. Kantemirovka. July 1942.
Soviet prisoners of war in a camp. Kantemirovka. July 1942.
Mikhail Mikhalkov. May 1941. He was taken prisoner near Kiev.
Mikhail Mikhalkov. May 1941. He was taken prisoner near Kiev.
Varvara Maksimovich, prisoner of war. 1941.
Varvara Maksimovich, prisoner of war. 1941.
Selection of imprisoned political commissars (from trophy photographs seized from imprisoned or killed Wehrmacht soldiers). 1941 Location unknown.
Selection of imprisoned political commissars (from trophy photographs seized from imprisoned or killed Wehrmacht soldiers). 1941 Location unknown.
Prisoners of war at the construction site of a light railway. Norway. 1941–45.
Prisoners of war at the construction site of a light railway. Norway. 1941–45.
One of the survivors of “Russenlager 344. Lamsdorf.” March 1945
One of the survivors of “Russenlager 344. Lamsdorf.” March 1945
Soviet prisoners in the SS Auschwitz
The view of Block 11 from the fence side. Spring 1946
The view of Block 11 from the fence side. Spring 1946
Crematorium №1 (present-day view)
Crematorium №1 (present-day view)
Camp commandant Rudolf Höss during his trial in Warsaw. March 1947
Camp commandant Rudolf Höss during his trial in Warsaw. March 1947
Zyklon B can
Zyklon B can
Rapportführer Hauptscharführer SS Gerhard Palitzsch.
Rapportführer Hauptscharführer SS Gerhard Palitzsch.
Passage between blocks №№ 14 and 24, the site of the camp gates over which the sign reading „Russisches Kriegsgefangenen Arbeitslager“ was located (present-day view).
Passage between blocks №№ 14 and 24, the site of the camp gates over which the sign reading „Russisches Kriegsgefangenen Arbeitslager“ was located (present-day view).
Wooden case with a set of number-stamps and metal needles for tatooing the prisoners (the original is kept in the Military Medical Museum in St. Petersburg).
Wooden case with a set of number-stamps and metal needles for tatooing the prisoners (the original is kept in the Military Medical Museum in St. Petersburg).
A set of number-stamps and metal needles for tatooing the prisoners with their identification numbers (the original is kept in the Military Medical Museum in St. Petersburg).
A set of number-stamps and metal needles for tatooing the prisoners with their identification numbers (the original is kept in the Military Medical Museum in St. Petersburg).
Auschwitz II–Birkenau. The first primitive barracks built by prisoners and Soviet POWs in 1941–42.
Auschwitz II–Birkenau. The first primitive barracks built by prisoners and Soviet POWs in 1941–42.
Petr Mishin (prisoner 1844), one of the leaders of the underground organization, involved in arranging escapes.
Petr Mishin (prisoner 1844), one of the leaders of the underground organization, involved in arranging escapes.
Alexander Lebedev (prisoner 88349), one of the leaders of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Alexander Lebedev (prisoner 88349), one of the leaders of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Victor Ivanov (prisoner 164258), a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Victor Ivanov (prisoner 164258), a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Nikolai Vasiliev (prisoner number unknown). In the camp he was one of the leaders of the underground organization. He was involved in arranging escapes for the prisoners. He was brought to the camp on 19 November 1943 together with Walentin Sitnow.
Nikolai Vasiliev (prisoner number unknown). In the camp he was one of the leaders of the underground organization. He was involved in arranging escapes for the prisoners. He was brought to the camp on 19 November 1943 together with Walentin Sitnow.
Kuzma Kartsev (prisoner 166692), one of the leaders of the Resistance Movement.
Kuzma Kartsev (prisoner 166692), one of the leaders of the Resistance Movement.
Petr Makhura (number unknown) a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Petr Makhura (number unknown) a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz.
Andrey Pogozhev (prisoner 1418) and his wife Maria in 1940. He was one of the prisoners who escaped during the mass breakout of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Andrey Pogozhev (prisoner 1418) and his wife Maria in 1940. He was one of the prisoners who escaped during the mass breakout of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Tatoo on the chest of Andrei Pogozhev made before the escape to cover his identification number.
Tatoo on the chest of Andrei Pogozhev made before the escape to cover his identification number.
Pavel Stenkin (prisoner 563), one of the prisoners who escaped during the mass breakout of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Pavel Stenkin (prisoner 563), one of the prisoners who escaped during the mass breakout of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Nikolai Maslennikov (prisoner 10631) made a successful escape together with Konstantin Mochalov on 10 August.
Nikolai Maslennikov (prisoner 10631) made a successful escape together with Konstantin Mochalov on 10 August.
Ananiy Petko. He escaped in November 1943, and then fought in a partisan unit in Czechoslovakia.
Ananiy Petko. He escaped in November 1943, and then fought in a partisan unit in Czechoslovakia.
Vladimir Pegov. He escaped in November 1943, and then fought in a partisan unit in Czechoslovakia.
Vladimir Pegov. He escaped in November 1943, and then fought in a partisan unit in Czechoslovakia.
Nikolai Kongushin (prisoner 2811) was deported to Auschwitz on 8 October 1941. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Nikolai Kongushin (prisoner 2811) was deported to Auschwitz on 8 October 1941. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Nikolai Yashin (prisoner 4413) was deported to Auschwitz on 19 October 1941. He died on 10 January 1942. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Nikolai Yashin (prisoner 4413) was deported to Auschwitz on 19 October 1941. He died on 10 January 1942. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Ivan Oleksin (prisoner 8083), deported to Auschwitz on 25 October 1941. He died on 15 November 1941. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Ivan Oleksin (prisoner 8083), deported to Auschwitz on 25 October 1941. He died on 15 November 1941. (Photo. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War)
Petr Mishin (prisoner 1844), one of the leaders of the mass escape attempt of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Petr Mishin (prisoner 1844), one of the leaders of the mass escape attempt of the Soviet prisoners of war on 6 November 1942.
Valentin Sitnov (prisoner 164256), a Hero of the Soviet Union, pilot, a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz. He was brought to the camp on 19 November 1943 together with Victor Ivanov.
Valentin Sitnov (prisoner 164256), a Hero of the Soviet Union, pilot, a member of the underground organization of the Soviet prisoners of war in Auschwitz. He was brought to the camp on 19 November 1943 together with Victor Ivanov.
Nikolai Vasiliev (prisoner number unknown). In the camp he was one of the leaders of the underground organization. He was involved in arranging escapes for the prisoners.
Nikolai Vasiliev (prisoner number unknown). In the camp he was one of the leaders of the underground organization. He was involved in arranging escapes for the prisoners.
Sergey Kuvaldin (prisoner 157438)
Sergey Kuvaldin (prisoner 157438)
Valentin Filatov (prisoner 10407)
Valentin Filatov (prisoner 10407)
Illarion Seredin (prisoner 11081)
Illarion Seredin (prisoner 11081)
Ivan Timoshenko (prisoner number unknown)
Ivan Timoshenko (prisoner number unknown)
Vasiliy Zhmaylov (prisoner 10428). Escaped on 4 November 1943.
Vasiliy Zhmaylov (prisoner 10428). Escaped on 4 November 1943.
Vasiliy Tilikin (prisoner 10422). Escaped on 4 November 1943
Vasiliy Tilikin (prisoner 10422). Escaped on 4 November 1943
Vladimir Degtyarev (prisoner 182948) Escaped.
Vladimir Degtyarev (prisoner 182948) Escaped.
Anatoliy Borodulin (prisoner R-10488). Escaped on 21 August 1944, caught on 26 August 1944. Escaped again from the train while being deported to Germany in October 1944. Survived.
Anatoliy Borodulin (prisoner R-10488). Escaped on 21 August 1944, caught on 26 August 1944. Escaped again from the train while being deported to Germany in October 1944. Survived.
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