Munich, Dachau and the Third Reich Tour

Munich, Dachau and the Third Reich Tour

Dachau was the first concentration camp opened in March of 1933, 51 days after Hitler took power. It originally served as a camp for political figures, then expanded to include people of all nations and of course Jewish people as well. Between 1945-48, it was used as a prison for SS officers awaiting trial. It's estimated that roughly 200,000 people were prisoners at Dachau, but that figure is thought to be severely understated.

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