Railroad dating tie spikes

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Heavily corroded iron rail screw spike with a cylindrical rod with spiral threading, and then a short blank shank section circled by a dome shaped protrusion near the head.The cube shaped head has a worn, beveled top with three embossed numbers.In July 1942, Treblinka II, a killing center, was built near the village of Wolka Okraglik along the Malkinia-Siedlce railway line.The Germans built a rail spur to connect the two camps.He was directly involved with the implementation of the Final Solution and operation of the concentration camp system.Kaltenbrunner was found guilty of war crimes by the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, sentenced to death, and hanged October 16, 1946.Dachau was the first concentration camp established by the Nazi government in 1933, originally for political prisoners.Over time, other groups were interned at Dachau, such as Jehovah's Witnesses, Roma, homosexuals, repeat criminal offenders, and Jews.

Object Handcrafted wooden set with two shallow bowls attached to a circular handle etched Dachau KZ to commemorate Dachau concentration camp.The brush was given to the West German ambassador to the United States, Heinz L.Krekeler, at some point after the war by Major Robert Matteson, the US counterintelligence officer who captured Kaltenbrunner on May 12, 1945.Nearly 1 million Jews were killed at Treblinka II before it was closed in the fall of 1943.As Soviet troops moved into the area in late July 1944, camp authorities shot the remaining prisoners and evacuated the camp.

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