Joseph Bau was born on 18 June 1920 in Krakow. After completing his formal educational training, he continued his studies at the Faculty of Plastic Arts at the University of Krakow, where he enrolled in 1938.
The advent of war interrupted his studies. He was interred in the Krakow ghetto from in its inception, and was later imprisoned in the concentration camps at Plaszow, Gross-Rosen, and Brunnlitz. Like all camp inmates he was subjected to physical and mental abuse, but as a graphic artist his services were important to the camp administration. He drew plans, maps, and signs in gothic script.
This is a picture of the beds that the jews had to sleep in during the holocaust at the camps.
this a pile of jews bodies that either died from disease or starvation.
this is a couple of people assumed to be jewish and placed in a nazi made prision before camp.
A place where large numbers of people, especially political prisoners or members of persecuted minorities, are deliberately imprisoned in a relatively small area with inadequate facilities, sometimes to provide forced labor or to await mass execution. The term is most strongly associated with the several hundred camps made by the Nazis in Germany and occupied Europe in 1933–1945, among the most infamous being Dachau, Belsen, and Auschwitz.