RARE Jewish WW2 Concentration Camp Brandenburg Sketc Newspaper, 1945
WW2 Original Sketch Newspaper March 13th 1945. A concentration camp, one of the first in Germany, was located on Nikolaiplatz in Brandenburg Old Town.
After closing this inner city concentration camp, the Nazis used the Brandenburg-Görden prison, located in Görden, a suburb of Brandenburg. In the Nikolaiplatz camp, the Nazis killed people with mental diseases, including children.
They called this action “T4” because of the Berlin address Tiergartenstraße 4, the HQ of this planned and well-organized killing “Euthanasia” organisation. Brandenburg an der Havel was one of the very first locations in the Third Reich where the Nazis experimented with killing their victims by gas. Here they prepared the mass killings in Auschwitz and other devastation camps.
After complaints by local inhabitants about the smoke, the mobile furnaces used to burn the corpses ceased operation. Shortly after this the Nazis closed the old prison.
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