Townspeople digging individual graves for the corpses of prisoners [Ohrdruf]

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Title

Townspeople digging individual graves for the corpses of prisoners [Ohrdruf]

Creator

Todd, William (Donor)

Description

Content Note: Male civilians use shovels and picks to dig graves. Liberators stand over them with rifles slung over their shoulders, observing their work. Numbered 74 on the reverse.

Identifier

06080100PHOR00TODDWI003
06080100PHOR00TODDWI003.JPG

Subject

Ohrdruf (Concentration camp)
Todd, William

Source

1 silver gelatin print Image size: 4 1/2" x 6 1/2"; Paper size: 5" x 7" bent, cracked, tape, scratches, damage on negative, moisture wrinkling. Reverse of photo: glue residue with black paper fibers, paper label.

Date

- -

Contributor

Emory University
Encoded as part of the SAGE Digital Archive Project: A Collaborative Project between the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, 1997-2000.
Funding for the SAGE Digital Archive Project was provided by a local foundation.

Rights

Researchers should contact the repository for terms governing the use of the collection.

Relation

Negative. TIFF image (400 dpi). JPG image (72 dpi).

Format

JPG (72 dpi); 86 KB Digital image created as part of SAGE project, 1998.

Files

06080100PHOR00TODDWI003.JPG

Collection

Citation

Todd, William (Donor), “Townspeople digging individual graves for the corpses of prisoners [Ohrdruf],” Witness to the Holocaust, accessed February 7, 2023, https://witness.digitalscholarship.emory.edu/items/show/705.

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