Stutthof Concentration Camp Evacuated, Inmates Killed

Stutthof Concentration Camp Evacuated, Inmates Killed

Stutthof Concentration Camp Entrance
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The Nazis evacuate the Stutthof concentration camp and kill the remaining inmates. Stutthof was the first concentration camp which the Nazis built outside the borders of Germany and will be the last one liberated by the Allies.

It is located in Poland, near the northern coast. To prevent the prisoners from being liberated by the advancing Russians, guards march several thousand to the coast on this date and shoot them.

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