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English: Jewish slave laborers in the Buchenwald concentration camp near Jena, Germany. (April 16, 1945).
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English: These are slave laborers in the Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar; many had died from malnutrition when U.S. troops of the 80th Division entered the camp. The very ill man lying at the back on the lower bunk is Max Hamburger, who had TBC and severe malnutrition. He recovered and became a psychiatrist in the Netherlands. Second row, seventh from left is Elie Wiesel. Photograph taken 5 days after rescue.
Deutsch: Sklavenarbeiter im KZ Buchenwald nahe Jena; viele waren an Unterernährung gestorben, als U.S. Truppen der 80th Division das Lager betraten. Der sehr kranke Mann auf dem Rücken im unteren Stockbett ist Max Hamburger, der an TBC und schwerer Unterernährung litt. Er konnte sich erholen und wurde Psychiater in den Niederlanden. In der zweiten Reihe, siebter von links liegt Elie Wiesel. Aufnahme 5 Tage nach der Befreiung.
Español: Estos son algunos trabajadores judíos esclavos en el campo de concentración de Buchenwald, cerca de Jena, y muchos habían muerto por desnutrición, cuando las tropas de la 80a División de EE.UU. entraron en el campamento. El hombre muy enfermo acostado en la parte posterior de la litera de abajo es Max Hamburger, que tenía TBC y una desnutrición aguda. Se recuperó y se convirtió en un psiquiatra en los Países Bajos. Segunda fila, séptimo desde la izquierda es Elie Wiesel. Esta foto fue sacada cinco días después de la liberación del campo.
Français : Prisonniers juifs réduits à l'esclavage du camp de concentration de Buchenwald, près de Iéna, en Allemagne, photographiés au moment de la libération de ce camp par les troupes américaines de la 80e division. L'homme très malade qui gît sur le bas-flanc le plus bas est nl:Max Hamburger, mal-nourri et souffrant de la tuberculose. Après avoir guéri, Max Hamburger est devenu psychiatre aux Pays-Bas. Le septième homme au second rang est Elie Wiesel.
עברית: אסירים במחנה הריכוז בוכנוואלד לאחר שחרורו בידי הצבא האמריקאי. האסיר השביעי משמאל בשורה השנייה הוא אלי ויזל.‏
עובדי כפייה יהודים במחנה הריכוז בּוּכֶנוָואלד שבגרמניה לאחר שחרורו בידי הצבא האמריקאי,‏ 16 באפריל 1945. רבים מהאסירים מתו מתת-תזונה לאחר כניסת הכוחות האמריקאיים. האסיר השביעי משמאל בשורה השנייה הוא אלי ויזל בן ה-16, שלימים היה לסופר, אינטלקטואל ופעיל למען זכויות אדם. האיש ששוכב על הדרגש התחתון ונראה חולה מאוד הוא מקס המבורגר (אנ'), הוא היה חולה בשחפת וסבל מתת תזונה קשה. הוא התאושש והפך לפסיכיאטר בהולנד.
Nederlands: Gevangenen in Buchenwald, bij de bevrijding 16 april 1945. Helemaal rechts onderaan, op de rug liggend, ziet men de latere psychiater Max Hamburger. Geheel verzwakt door tuberculose en minder dan 30 kilogram wegend kwam hij terug in Nederland. Elie Wiesel is in de tweede rij, zevende van links
Português: Estes são trabalhadores escravos no campo de concentração de Buchenwald perto de Jena, muitos morreram de desnutrição quando as tropas americanas da Divisão 80 entraram no campo. O homem muito doente deitado na parte de trás na parte inferior do beliche é pt:Max Hamburger, que tinha desnutrição e grave tuberculose. Ele se recuperou e tornou-se um pt:psiquiatra na pt:Holanda. Segunda linha, sétimo da esquerda é pt:Elie Wiesel. Foto tirada 5 dias após o resgate.
Suomi: Juutalaisia pakkotyöläisiä Buchenwaldin keskitysleirillä lähellä Jenaa
Türkçe: Jena yakınlarındaki Buchenwald Toplama Kampı'nda bulunan Yahudiler. Amerikan askerleri kampa girdiğinde, kampta bulunanların çoğu yetersiz beslenme yüzünden hayatını kaybetmişti. En alt sırada ve en sağda bulunan kişi daha sonra Hollanda’da Psikiyatrist olan Max Hamburger’dir. İkinci sırada, soldan yedinci kişi ise Elie Wiesel’ dir.
Русский: Заключённые концентрационного лагеря Бухенвальд, расположенного вблизи немецкого города Йена; многие умерли от голода и болезней к моменту, когда войска американской 80-й пехотной дивизии заняли лагерь. Тяжело больной узник на заднем плане, лежащий на нижней полке, – Макс Хамбургер, больной туберкулёзом и дистрофией. Он сумел выздороветь и стал психиатором в Нидерландах. Во втором ряду седьмой по счету слева — Эли Визель, впоследствии еврейский, французский и американский писатель и общественный деятель, лауреат Нобелевской премии мира 1986 года. Фотография сделана через 5 дней после освобождения лагеря.
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