Exhibition exploring prisoners' suffering opens at fmr. Nazi camp in Maribor

Maribor, 12 December - An exhibition shedding additional light on the suffering of the prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Stalag XVIII-D opened on Monday at the Maribor International Research Centre for the Second World War, located at the camp's former site. Around 5,000 Soviet prisoners lost their life in Stalag XVIII-D.

Maribor, Stalag.
An exhibition shedding additional light on the suffering of the prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Stalag XVIII-D opens at the Maribor International Research Centre for the Second World War.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor, Stalag.
An exhibition shedding additional light on the suffering of the prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Stalag XVIII-D opens at the Maribor International Research Centre for the Second World War.
Centre's director Janez Ujčič.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor, Stalag.
An exhibition shedding additional light on the suffering of the prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Stalag XVIII-D opens at the Maribor International Research Centre for the Second World War.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor, Stalag.
An exhibition shedding additional light on the suffering of the prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Stalag XVIII-D opens at the Maribor International Research Centre for the Second World War.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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