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The camp was originally designed for holding German and Austrian political prisoners and Jews, but in it began to be used also for ordinary criminals.
Inside the camp there was a sharp division between the two groups of prisoners; those who were there for political reasons and therefore wore a red tag, and the criminals, who wore a green tag.
Dachau was used as the chief camp for Christian mainly Catholic  clergy who were imprisoned for not conforming with the Nazi Party line.
During the war, other nationals were transferred to it, including French; in Poles; in people from the Balkans, Czechs, Yugoslavs; and in , Russians.
Prisoners were divided into categories. At first, they were classified by the nature of the crime for which they were accused, but eventually were classified by the specific authority-type under whose command a person was sent to camp.
The average number of Germans in the camp during the war was 3, Just before the liberation many German prisoners were evacuated, but 2, of these Germans died during the evacuation transport.
In effort to counter the strength and influence of spiritual resistance, Nazi security services monitored clergy very closely. Priests Barracks at Dachau were established in Blocks 26, 28 and 30, though only temporarily.
Of a total of 2, clergy recorded as imprisoned at Dachau,  the overwhelming majority, some 2, or Among the other denominations, there were Protestants, 22 Greek Orthodox, 8 Old Catholics and Mariavites and 2 Muslims.
In his Dachau: The Official History — , Paul Berben noted that R. Schnabel's investigation, Die Frommen in der Hölle "The Pious Ones in Hell" found an alternative total of 2, and included the fate all the clergy listed, with noted as deceased and sent out on "invalid trainloads" and therefore presumed dead.
The Nazis introduced a racial hierarchy—keeping Poles in harsh conditions, while favoring German priests. Inadequately clothed for the bitter cold, of this group only 82 survived.
A large number of Polish priests were chosen for Nazi medical experiments. In November , 20 were given phlegmons. Several Poles met their deaths with the "invalid trains" sent out from the camp, others were liquidated in the camp and given bogus death certificates.
Some died of cruel punishment for misdemeanors—beaten to death or run to exhaustion. The camp staff consisted mostly of male SS, although 19 female guards served at Dachau as well, most of them until liberation.
In mid-April , female subcamps at Kaufering, Augsburg, and Munich were closed, and the SS stationed the women at Dachau.
Several Norwegians worked as guards at the Dachau camp. In the major Dachau war crimes case United States of America v. Martin Gottfried Weiss et.
All were found guilty — thirty-six of the defendants were sentenced to death on 13 December , of whom 23 were hanged on 28—29 May , including the commandant, SS- Obersturmbannführer Martin Gottfried Weiss , SS- Obersturmführer Freidrich Wilhelm Ruppert and camp doctors Karl Schilling and Fritz Hintermeyer.
He testified about hangings, shootings and lethal injections, but did not admit to direct responsibility for any individual deaths. Satellite camps under the authority of Dachau were established in the summer and autumn of near armaments factories throughout southern Germany to increase war production.
Dachau alone had more than 30 large subcamps, and hundreds of smaller ones,  in which over 30, prisoners worked almost exclusively on armaments.
Overall, the Dachau concentration camp system included sub-camps and Kommandos which were set up in when factories were built near the main camp to make use of forced labor of the Dachau prisoners.
Out of the sub-camps, eleven of them were called Kaufering, distinguished by a number at the end of each.
All Kaufering sub-camps were set up to specifically build three underground factories Allied bombing raids made it necessary for them to be underground for a project called Ringeltaube wood pigeon , which planned to be the location in which the German jet fighter plane, Messerschmitt Me , was to be built.
In the last days of war, in April , the Kaufering camps were evacuated and around 15, prisoners were sent up to the main Dachau camp.
Typhus alone was estimated to have caused 15, deaths between December and April In spite of this one hundred prisoners died each day during the first month from typhus, dysentery or general weakness".
Army troops neared the Dachau sub-camp at Landsberg on 27 April , the SS officer in charge ordered that 4, prisoners be murdered. Windows and doors of their huts were nailed shut.
The buildings were then doused with gasoline and set afire. Prisoners who were naked or nearly so were burned to death, while some managed to crawl out of the buildings before dying.
Earlier that day, as Wehrmacht troops withdrew from Landsberg am Lech, towns people hung white sheets from their windows.
Infuriated SS troops dragged German civilians from their homes and hanged them from trees. As the Allies began to advance on Nazi Germany, the SS began to evacuate the first concentration camps in summer At the end of , the overcrowding of camps began to take its toll on the prisoners.
The unhygienic conditions and the supplies of food rations became disastrous. In November a typhus fever epidemic broke out that took thousands of lives.
In the second phase of the evacuation, in April , Himmler gave direct evacuation routes for remaining camps. Prisoners who were from the northern part of Germany were to be directed to the Baltic and North Sea coasts to be drowned.
The prisoners from the southern part were to be gathered in the Alps, which was the location in which the SS wanted to resist the Allies. Both former and escaped concentration camp prisoners, and a renegade Volkssturm civilian militia company took part.
The SS gruesomely suppressed the revolt within a few hours. Being fully aware that Germany was about to be defeated in World War II, the SS invested its time in removing evidence of the crimes it committed in the concentration camps.
They began destroying incriminating evidence in April and planned on murdering the prisoners using codenames "Wolke A-I" Cloud A-1 and "Wolkenbrand" Cloud fire.
In mid-April, plans to evacuate the camp started by sending prisoners toward Tyrol. On 26 April, over 10, prisoners were forced to leave the Dachau concentration camp on foot, in trains, or in trucks.
The largest group of some 7, prisoners was driven southward on a foot-march lasting several days. More than 1, prisoners did not survive this march.
The evacuation transports cost many thousands of prisoners their lives. On 26 April prisoner Karl Riemer fled the Dachau concentration camp to get help from American troops and on 28 April Victor Maurer, a representative of the International Red Cross, negotiated an agreement to surrender the camp to U.
That night a secretly formed International Prisoners Committee took over the control of the camp. Units of 3rd Battalion, th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Felix L.
Sparks , were ordered to secure the camp. On 29 April Sparks led part of his battalion as they entered the camp over a side wall.
Linden was traveling with Marguerite Higgins and other reporters; as a result, Linden's detachment generated international headlines by accepting the surrender of the camp.
More than 30, Jews and political prisoners were freed, and since adherents of the 42nd and 45th Division versions of events have argued over which unit was the first to liberate Dachau.
The first Dachau subcamp discovered by advancing Allied forces was Kaufering IV by the 12th Armored Division on 27 April During the liberation of the sub-camps surrounding Dachau, advance scouts of the U.
Army's nd Field Artillery Battalion , a segregated battalion consisting of Nisei , 2nd generation Japanese-Americans , liberated the 3, prisoners of the "Kaufering IV Hurlach "  slave labor camp.
American soldiers then went into Landsberg and rounded up all the male civilians they could find and marched them out to the camp.
The former commandant was forced to lie amidst a pile of corpses. The male population of Landsberg was then ordered to walk by, and ordered to spit on the commandant as they passed.
The commandant was then turned over to a group of liberated camp survivors". Due to the number of sub-camps over a large area that comprised the Dachau concentration camp complex, many Allied units have been officially recognized by the United States Army Center of Military History and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as liberating units of Dachau, including: the 4th Infantry Division , 36th Infantry Division , 42nd Infantry Division , 45th Infantry Division , 63rd Infantry Division , 99th Infantry Division , rd Infantry Division , 10th Armored Division , 12th Armored Division , 14th Armored Division , 20th Armored Division , and the st Airborne Division.
American troops killed some of the camp guards after they had surrendered. The number is disputed as some were killed in combat, some while attempting to surrender, and others after their surrender was accepted.
In , Brigadier General Felix L. Sparks, the Colonel in command of a battalion that was present, stated:. The total number of German guards killed at Dachau during that day most certainly does not exceed fifty, with thirty probably being a more accurate figure.
The regimental records of the th Field Artillery Regiment for that date indicate that over a thousand German prisoners were brought to the regimental collecting point.
Since my task force was leading the regimental attack, almost all the prisoners were taken by the task force, including several hundred from Dachau.
An Inspector General report resulting from a US Army investigation conducted between 3 and 8 May and titled, "American Army Investigation of Alleged Mistreatment of German Guards at Dachau," found that 21 plus "a number" of presumed SS men were killed with others being wounded after their surrender had been accepted.
According to Sparks, court-martial charges were drawn up against him and several other men under his command but General George S.
Patton , who had recently been appointed military governor of Bavaria, chose to dismiss the charges. Colonel Charles L. Decker, an acting deputy judge advocate, concluded in late that, while war crimes had been committed at Dachau by Germany, "Certainly, there was no such systematic criminality among United States forces as pervaded the Nazi groups in Germany.
American troops also forced local citizens to the camp to see for themselves the conditions there and to help bury the dead. In a cell block used by Catholic priests to say daily Mass, several Greek, Serbian and Russian priests and one Serbian deacon, wearing makeshift vestments made from towels of the SS guard, gathered with several hundred Greek, Serbian and Russian prisoners to celebrate the Paschal Vigil.
A prisoner named Rahr described the scene: . In the entire history of the Orthodox Church there has probably never been an Easter service like the one at Dachau in Greek and Serbian priests together with a Serbian deacon adorned the makeshift 'vestments' over their blue and gray-striped prisoners' uniforms.
Then they began to chant, changing from Greek to Slavic, and then back again to Greek. The Easter Canon, the Easter Sticheras—everything was recited from memory.
The Gospel— In the beginning was the Word —also from memory. And finally, the Homily of Saint John—also from memory.
A young Greek monk from the Holy Mountain stood up in front of us and recited it with such infectious enthusiasm that we shall never forget him as long as we live.
Saint John Chrysostomos himself seemed to speak through him to us and to the rest of the world as well! There is a Russian Orthodox chapel at the camp today, and it is well known for its icon of Christ leading the prisoners out of the camp gates.
Authorities worked night and day to alleviate conditions at the camp immediately following the liberation as an epidemic of black typhus swept through the prisoner population.
Two thousand cases had already been reported by 3 May. By October of the same year the camp was being used by the U. Army as a place of confinement for war criminals, the SS and important witnesses.
In , the Bavarian government established housing for refugees on the site, and this remained for many years. Army were Elsa Ehrich , Maria Mandl , and Elisabeth Ruppert.
The Kaserne quarters and other buildings used by the guards and trainee guards were converted and served as the Eastman Barracks, an American military post.
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