A collection of 91 snapshots which belonged to an American Soldier, who was at Buchenwald Concentration camp in March, 1945, near the end of World War II. Two photos show naked bodies, with descriptions including "Dead bodies on broken down Heinie vehicle ready for cremation," and "Buchenwald Concentration camp. Bodies piled in front of crematorium." Two other photos show models of prisoners. Typed on the back of one is "Model of prisoner hung with arms overhead. Few ever survived Buchenwald. Left to hang as an example." Another is described as "Model - How PW's were punished. Bent over and strapped then beaten. They were revived by cold water then beaten again. Buchenwald Concentration Camp, March 1945." Other photos of interest show American soldiers with a newspaper telling of FDR's death, and one captioned "Grey haired man on the English committee investigating conditions at Buchenwald. Note grim faces of two of our boys T/4 Hatcher and Cpl. Provenzano." Twenty-one photos are loose and seventy photos are attached to two 10.75" x 14" pages, which have been folded. The photos on the pages are small, measuring 1.125" x 1.625." Some show American on Nazi planes and other of Hitler's home and scenery. * Note: I have not included photos of the bodies here. If interested, I can email you scans.