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Ebensee Concentration Camp

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Dakota Hutchens

on 5 August 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com These are some prisoners being liberated from Ebensee This is what the prisoners saw as they entered the camp This is posted outside of Ebensee and the man who liberated it.(Cpt. Timothy Brennan commanding 3rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron XX Corps) This was the furnace inside the Crematorium inside Ebensee Eebensee Concentration Camp Ebensee was located on the southern part of Traun Lake in Austria.
It was established on November 18, 1943 and housed over 1000 prisoners the first night.
Ebensee was liberated on May 9, 1945 Ebensee was a sub-camp of Mauthausen.
There were about 20,000 victims that died in Ebensee.
The prisoners died from sickness, hard labor, or from other prisoners.
"When the camp was at full strength laid on the bare floor at one time."
"Ebensee's crematoriumn was built as a separate building and had one enormous single chimney." Sub-Camp of Mauthausen "Ebensee Sub-Camp."
JewishGen. 2013.
Web. 26 Feb. 2013.
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