A view into a Sudeten German hospital in Czech Elbogen (Loket) in May 1938. The picture was used by the Nazis to shows the bad living conditions of the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia. The Nazi news service writes on the back of the picture: "We accuse! (Visit with Sudeten Germans.) The hospital in Elbogen. The pantry for the hospital, which can treat up to 130 people. There can't be any talks of hygiene when food is stored in an unventilated room without any means for refrigeration on hot days. How unprecedentedly primitive the entire stock must be stored is seen in the inadequate packaging

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A view into a Sudeten German hospital in Czech Elbogen (Loket) in May 1938. The picture was used by the Nazis to shows the bad living conditions of the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia. The Nazi news service writes on the back of the picture: "We accuse! (Visit with Sudeten Germans.) The hospital in Elbogen. The pantry for the hospital, which can treat up to 130 people. There can't be any talks of hygiene when food is stored in an unventilated room without any means for refrigeration on hot days. How unprecedentedly primitive the entire stock must be stored is seen in the inadequate packaging of fruit juices, unsanitary cardboard boxes and exposed cold cuts and cheese blocks. There is nothing to stop vermin from accessing it. How small are the means for the management of a hospital is seen alone in the meager timber shelf, which could not bear much of a burden." Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

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