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http://www.ushmm.org/research/collections/highlights/auschwitz/This presentation looks at photographs from an album donated to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2007; the album "almost certainly belonged to and was created by [a German SS officer] ... stationed at Auschwitz from May 1944 until the evacuation of the [World War II Nazi concentration] camp in January 1945." It provides photos from the album, background about the officer, essays, archivist interview, and related material. From the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.