The story of Buchenwald.
Buchenwald was one of the three main concentration camps.
Buchenwald contained 10,000 prisoners around 1944.
The concentration camp Buchenwald was located in Poland, Germany.
The main purpose of Buchenwald was to destroy prisoners by making them work.
In December 1944 Buchenwald had 63,084 prisoners.
This is part of Buchenwald on the outside.
Prisoners at the camp
These are most the prisoners at Buchenwald in one room.
What they did with the inmates when they died
These are all of the dead bodies that the soldiers put in a pile.