April 1945: Fritz Klein, a Nazi camp doctor who conducted medical experiments on prisoners during the Holocaust, stands among corpses in a mass grave after the liberation of Bergen-Belsen, Germany. Of the 38,500 inmates found barely alive after liberation, about 28,000 subsequently died. Watched by British soldiers, Klein is pictured here being forced to bury the dead. That December, he was sentenced to death and hanged for his role in the atrocities. Bergen-Belsen was the first Nazi camp to be liberated - and gave the world some of the first visual evidence of the horrors of the Holocaust

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