The World War II Nazi concentration camp Struthof at Natwiller, France in the Alsace region. These pictures were taken in the Fall of 1999.
|The concentration camp, Struthof, is above the town of Natzwiller in the mountains.|
|Approaching the camp, we first discover the gas chamber structure.|
|The monument to thousands killed.|
|The obligatory front gate. However, the ubiquitous Arbeit macht frei is not inscribed over it, but elsewhere at the camp it appears.|
|The monument as seen from the base of the camp by the ovens looking up past the barrack emplacements. Some barracks were burned by those wishing to cover up the past, but two were saved.|
|Saved also was this oven, a surreal reminder of what men can do.|