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History: Nazi photo album made from HUMAN SKIN

Nazi photo album made from HUMAN SKIN of a death camp victim is discovered

The battered WWII album (pictured, main and top right) was handed over to staff at the Auschwitz Memorial Museum after the buyer noticed the cover had 'a tattoo, human hair and a bad smell'. It was found at a bric-a-brac antiques market in Poland. Museum experts have now analysed the album's cover and binding and say it is likely that the skin came from an inmate murdered at the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald, in Germany. They added that it was 'without doubt proof of a crime against humanity.' Isle Koch (inset), known to inmates of the Buchenwald concentration camp as the 'Bitch of Buchenwald', is said to have had male prisoners with interesting tattoos murdered and then had their skin turned into interior designs (A collection of prisoners' internal organs and tattooed skins pictured, bottom left)