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A new exhibition exploring a little known part of the Holocaust which saw tens of thousands of people die at the roadside as they were forcibly evacuated by the Nazis near the end of World War Two, is to open next week.
As the allies advanced near the end of the war, hundreds of thousands of prisoners who were still held by the Nazis were moved under heavy armed guard.
The evacuations became known as death marches by those who endured them as tens of thousands died while on the move, either from exhaustion or they were murdered by their Nazi guards during seemingly random massacres.Copyright: Wiener Holocaust Library
Death Marches: Evidence and Memory, which will be on show at the Wiener Holocaust Library in Russell Square, looks at forensic and other evidence from the evacuations which has been gathered since the end of the Holocaust.
The free exhibition will open to public on 18 May, although those wishing to see it will need to order tickets in advance.