Yellow star

Jews throughout Nazi-occupied Europe were forced to wear a badge in the form of a Yellow Star as a means of identification. The badges were often printed on coarse yellow cloth and were a garish yellow colour. The star was intended to humiliate Jews and to mark them out for segregation and discrimination. The policy also made it easier to identify Jews for deportation to camps.


Milder Mühldorf

EXCERPT FROM THE LONG NIGHT Mühldorf Prisoners constructing Mühldorf camp “There was not the same regime of terror in Mühldorf, unlike that which I had experienced in Grossrosen, Flossenbürg and…
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