Spine-Chilling Images Of Hitler's First Death Camp

Spine-Chilling Images Of Hitler's First Death Camp
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The dark history of Hitler's reign included millions of deaths, tortures and troubles. That hellish era also had the bitter reality of death camps that were established during World War II. Fort VII aka Konzentrationslager Posen, located in Poznan was the first death cantonment that started functioning in October 1939. The camp contained many gas chambers that were set for the mass extermination of the civilians. 

It's been long 76 years, and we have got a list of photographs of the horrible camp that led to the death of more than 5,000 patients. The images are featured on DailyMail.

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The door to the notorious death camp.

The door to the notorious death camp.

Entrance to the gas chambers.

Entrance to the gas chambers.

A large number of psychiatric patients were exposed to the lethal gas to kill them.

A chamber where patients were sent inside, toxic gas was passed through the hole by closing doors.

A chamber where patients were sent inside, toxic gas was passed through the hole by closing doors.

SS-Sonderkommando-Lange, a special execution group.

SS-Sonderkommando-Lange, a special execution group.

A psychiatric hospital nearby the camp from where patients were abducted.

A psychiatric hospital nearby the camp from where patients were abducted.

Fort VII was established 76 years ago this month.

Fort VII was established 76 years ago this month.

Hanging spot inside the camp.

Hanging spot inside the camp.

A view of gas chamber.

A view of gas chamber.

Marianna Marszalkowska, a fortunate survivor who was jailed in the camp.

Marianna Marszalkowska, a fortunate survivor who was jailed in the camp.

A vehicle that was used to carry patients to the camp.

A vehicle that was used to carry patients to the camp.

25 people were taken at a time.

25 people were taken at a time.

Gateway to death.

Gateway to death.

By the end of the WWII, Nazis killed two thirds of Europe's Jewish population.

By the end of the WWII, Nazis killed two thirds of Europe's Jewish population.