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- Sonderkommandos (German: [ˈzɔndɐkɔˌmando], special unit) were work units made up of German **** death camp prisoners. They were composed of prisoners...
- The Sonderkommando photographs are four blurred photographs taken secretly in August 1944 inside the Auschwitz concentration camp in German-occupied Poland...
- sub-units, known as SS-Sonderkommandos, to carry out special tasks, including large-scale murder operations. The use of SS-Sonderkommandos was widespread. According...
- Sonderkommando ("special unit" in German) most commonly refers to the Sonderkommandos in **** Germany's extermination camps but may also refer to: Sonderkommando...
- company of Waffen-SS attached to Einsatzgruppe C under Rasch, members of Sonderkommando 4a under SS-Obergruppenführer Friedrich Jeckeln, and some Ukrainian...
- prisoners tried to escape, 144 successfully, and on 7 October 1944, two Sonderkommando units, consisting of prisoners who operated the gas chambers, launched...
- The Sonderkommando Revolt in Auschwitz occurred on October 7, 1944, when a large group of Sonderkommando members in the crematoria area of Birkenau camp...
- Sonderkommando "Elbe" was the name of a World War II Luftwaffe task force ****igned to bring down heavy bombers by ramming them in mid-air. Its sole mission...
- contained gas chambers, m**** graves, and special separate housing for the Sonderkommando prisoners who worked there. Lager IV (also called the Nordlager) was...
- all Jews in the General Government occupied zone of Poland. Groups of Sonderkommando prisoners, officially called Leichenkommandos ("corpse units"), were...