CREMATORIUM MAJDANEK CONCENTRATION CAMP LUBLIN POLAND 1944. Cremation ovens line one wall of the crematorium at Majdanek. In the foreground, the charred remains of several skeletons are clearly visible.
German POWs are made to parade past the crematorium ovens at the Majdanek concentration camp. Next to the POWs on the ground lie remains of those victims burned in the ovens barely seen on the right of the picture. Lublin, Poland, 1944.
Prisoners march to their death in the Majdanek concentration camp. To prevent further resistance, SS ordered the killing of surviving Jews in the Lublin District of German-occupied Poland. Music was played through loudspeakers at both Majdanek and Trawniki to drown out the noise of the mass shootings. The killing at Majdanek 33,000, was the largest single-day, single-location massacre during the Holocaust.