Dachau concentration camp was situated 12 miles from Munich in Bavaria and was the first of the infamous concentration camps to built by the Nazi regime as part of the “Final Solution”.
The camp was set up in 1933 and was initially occupied by Communist and Jewish inmates but very soon its doors opened to many other “miserables” that the Nazis wanted to eradicate. Dachau is factually considered as one of the worst Nazi camps with a hideous reputation of maltreatment and barbaric living conditions. During 1941-42 hundreds of medical experiments carried out on healthy prisoners and in the final year of the war more than 40,000 prisoners perished in the camp. A disturbing yet insightful look into one of humanity’s darkest hours.