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Column of Soviet prisoners of war from the eastern front. Kharkov, Soviet Union, June 18, 1942.
View of a camp for Soviet prisoners of war, showing the holes dug into the ground that served as shelter. The camp was located south of Hamburg in northern Germany. Wietzendorf, Germany, 1941–42.
Soviet prisoners of war in the Mauthausen concentration camp. Austria, January 1942.
Soviet prisoners of war pause for rations during forced labor at the narrow-gauge railroad station. Mlawa, Poland, about 1943.
Soon after liberation, a US Army doctor examines an emaciated forced laborer, a Soviet prisoner of war. Dortmund, Germany, April 30, 1945.
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