Original Rare German WW2 Metal Box with SS Markings from KZ Flossenburg Concentration Camp.
The Box has Death Head marking and Inscription: K. Z. Flossenburg. The item is bought from a famous USA auction - the authenticity of the item has been confirmed once more - please see the screenshot. Please note: last image is for sample only.
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WIKIPEDIA: Konzentrationslager Flossenburg was a Nazi German concentration camp built in May 1938 by the Schutzstaffel (SS) Economic-Administrative Main Office at Flossenburg, in the Upper Palatinate region of Bavaria, Germany, near the border with Czechoslovakia. Until its liberation in April 1945, more than 96,000 prisoners passed through the camp, around 30,000 of whom died there. During World War II, most of the inmates sent to Flossenburg, or to one of about 100 sub-camps, came from the German-occupied eastern territories. The inmates in Flossenburg were housed in 16 huge wooden barracks, its crematorium was built in a valley straight outside the camp. In September 1939, the SS transferred 1,000 political prisoners to Flossenburg from Dachau. There were over 4,000 prisoners in the main camp of Flossenburg in February 1943. More than half of these prisoners were political prisoners (mainly Soviet, Czech, Dutch, and German). Almost 800 were German criminals, more than 100 were homosexuals, and 7 were Jehovah's Witnesses. By 1945, there were almost 40,000 inmates held in the whole Flossenburg camp system, including almost 11,000 women.