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|Auschwitz. Auschwitz was a concentration camp located in what is now southern Poland. Views of the camp include: the entrance with the famous Arbeit Macht Frei gate, the roll call area, the death block, a view from inside the gate, and a view near the gas chamber. (5 movies)|
|Birkenau. Birkenau, though much larger, was a sub-camp of Auschwitz. Views include: an overview of the camp from the watchtower, various roads throughout the camp, the children's barracks, a barracks interior, and several views of crematorium/gas chamber ruins. (12 movies)|
|Dachau. The Dachau concentration camp near Munich was is operation from 1933–1945. Over 200,000 prisoners were registered during the camp's existence. (8 movies)|
|Fort Oberer Kuhberg. The concentration camp Oberer Kuhberg was located on the premises of Fort Oberer Kuhberg in Ulm Germany. The camp was in operation from November 1933 until July 1935. The fort has been preserved in substantially the same condition as when it functioned as a concentration camp. (5 movies)|
|Majdanek. Majdanek camp and killing center opened near Lublin in eastern Poland in late 1941. At first a labor camp for Poles and a POW camp for Russians, it was classified as a concentration camp in April 1943. Like Auschwitz, it was also a major killing center. (4 movies)|
|Mauthausen. Mauthausen was a forced labor camp located in Austria. Views include the quarry, the garage yard, the roll call area, and a monument. (5 movies)|
|Mittelbau-Dora. This concentration and slave labor camp was known for its production of V2 and V1 rockets in a large tunnel system. Views include the Appelplatz, memorial, and an overview of the lower camp. (3 movies)|
|Ravensbruck. Over 130,000 women and children were imprisoned in this concentration camp north of Berlin. (6 movies)|
|Sachsenhausen. The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp is located north of Berlin. The three VRs in this section show the Appellplatz, the pathology building cellar, and the center of camp. (3 movies)|
|Stutthof. This concentration camp was the first to be established outside the borders of the Third Reich. Approximately 110,000 people were held here over the course of the camp's existence.|
|Terezín. Terezín, a Nazi ghetto located in Czechoslovakia, was created in late 1941 as a "model Jewish settlement" to deceive the outside world as to the treatment of the Jews. The Small Fortress at Terezín was used as a prison. The VRs in this section show the entrance to the Small Fortress, the third courtyard (for women), the fourth courtyard, the hospital block, and the place of execution. (5 movies)|
|Treblinka. Treblinka was the extermination camp located northeast of Warsaw. Residents of the Warsaw ghetto were murdered here. The camp was destroyed before the end of the war, so a large memorial site was planned with 17,000 stones representing lost communities. (3 movies)|
|Other Camps. Views of other camps include: Buchenwald, Ebensee, Neuengamme, Plaszow, Ninth Fort, and Wernigerode. (9 movies)|
|Other Locations. Views of the House of the Wannsee Conference, the Warsaw Jewish Cemetery, the Topography of Terror exhibit in Berlin, the Bernburg "euthanasia" facility, memorials in Amsterdam, Brussels, and Miami, a memorial garden dedicated to murdered children, and several examples of Third Reich architecture. (17 movies)|
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
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