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Rabbit Hutches

 

For Angora breeding

 

This photo was taken by the American war reporter Lee Miller, who photographed the state of the camp, the survivors and the dead immediately after liberation in May 1945. This documentation served as illustrations and evidence for the reports compiled on the concentration camp and quickly became know to a worldwide public.

 

Here we see the hutches used for breeding rabbits; Angora rabbits were bred for the purpose of lining airman uniforms.

 

 

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