How to spot a German Dachau camp guard

Dachanen camp in the Dachaus concentration camp in eastern Germany was the scene of the largest mass execution in German history.

Here are some key facts about the camps notorious inmates:1.

It is believed that some 1.2 million people were imprisoned there during the war.2.

Approximately 3,000 of them died at the camp during the occupation, including 1,700 Jews.3.

Over 1,000 people were sentenced to death in the camps camps notorious Dachas death camp.4.

The first Dachnau camp to be liberated from its former occupants in May 1945 was known as ‘Himmler’s ‘Bunker’.5.

The camp is thought to have housed between 1,800 to 1,900 Jews, and as many as 600,000 others during the Holocaust.6.

The Nazis tried to exterminate the Jewish population of Germany, with a view to establishing a ‘German homeland’.7.

In 1944, the Duchy of Saxony issued a document ordering all Jews to be rounded up and sent to the concentration camps.8.

It was only in the late 1940s that the Dukes of Saxon and Bavaria were able to liberate a small number of Jewish inmates.9.

The Camp was a large-scale camp where inmates lived in overcrowded quarters and many had no food or water.10.

There are many testimonies from prisoners who have lived in the camp who described being subjected to a range of abuses including being forced to participate in forced labour and being subjected at times to sexual assault and rape.11.

The Nazi government and the German government had a policy of mass executions during the Nazi regime.12.

A number of camps prisoners were executed by firing squad or gas chambers and crematoriums were used as execution sites.13.

There is no evidence of a gas chamber at the Duthau concentration camps where Jews were killed.14.

There were no crematorium facilities at the camps.15.

The Dachnaus concentration camp was one of the most notorious in the world.16.

The majority of the people in the concentration camp were Jews and a significant number were murdered, tortured and executed by the Nazis.17.

The prisoners who were sent to Dachs camp in 1944 were mostly young men from impoverished backgrounds.18.

Some prisoners were sentenced as juvenile delinquents.19.

Most of the inmates in the Nazi-run camps were Jewish but it is believed there were a few non-Jewish inmates as well.20.

Some inmates were imprisoned for the political crimes of the Nazis, including the killing of political prisoners and the murder of opposition politicians.21.

In addition to the Durchfreunde camp, Dachnis camp was the main concentration camp for Jews, with about 2,000 prisoners.22.

There was no sign of any political opposition in the country and it was not known that there were any Jews in the German parliament.23.

It had been a period of time when people in German society were not afraid to speak out against the Nazi occupation.24.

In 1943, some of the prisoners in Dach- nau were arrested and sent back to the camp.25.

There had been resistance from the German Jewish community during the time of occupation.26.

It has been suggested that the German army and the Daunes regime were responsible for the deaths of some of those sent to concentration camps by the Nazi authorities.27.

There have been some suggestions that the camp was a staging ground for the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia in the spring of 1945.28.

There has been some speculation that the British and American intelligence agencies, the CIA and MI6, were involved in the death of some members of the Jewish community in the UK.29.

It remains unclear whether there were prisoners in the British camp.30.

The Germans used the Dauchaus concentration camps for a number of purposes, including a large scale crematorium, a gas chambers, and concentration camps in the occupied territories, including Poland.31.

The death camps were the largest concentration camp to ever be liberated in Germany, and were used by the German regime as a staging area for the invasion of the Soviet Union.32.

The British and Americans used the camps as a recruitment centre for thousands of Jews and other European refugees fleeing Nazi persecution.33.

There appears to be a very strong link between the mass executions at Dachlau and the mass deportations of Jews to concentration-camp concentration camps during the Second World War.