Robert Turner Holocaust atrocity photographs
The collection consists of twenty-six Holocaust atrocity photographs taken by Robert Turner, a U.S. soldier from the 65th Infantry Division who photographed victims in a Bavarian concentration camp after it was liberated. Included is a photocopy of the 1945 booklet Right to Be Proud: History of the 65th Infantry Division's March Across Germany.
- Turner, Robert (Person)
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Materials in English
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Robert Turner served in the 65th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army during World War II. Turner used cameras retrieved from dead soldiers in the field to take photographs of atrocities in a Bavarian concentration camp on the German-Austrian border after it was liberated.
0.1 linear feet (2 folders)
The collection consists of twenty-six Holocaust atrocity photographs taken by Robert Turner, a U.S. soldier who photographed victims in a Bavarian concentration camp after it was liberated.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials donated in 2003 by Robert Turner.
Processed by Rebecca McClure, October 2011.
- Inventory of the Robert Turner Holocaust Atrocity Photographs, 1945
- Processed by: Rebecca McClure; machine-readable finding aid created by: Rebecca McClure
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