inmates at the gate of Hannover-Ahlem concentration camp, the 10th of April 1945
Vern Tott's two photo collections
Vernon Tott provided TRACES two sets of photos—those he took at the slave-labor camp at Hannover-Ahlem on a used camera he’d bought in New Orleans before shipping out for Europe and those likely taken by others at Salzwedel, a camp of 3,000 mostly Jewish female internees.
Vern Tott (fourth from the left, back row) and his unit on the front in Germany, spring 1945
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