Nazi concentration camp lovers: A toothless groom and a bride in old boots
A toothless groom and a bride in a nightie and old boots: The incredible story of the Nazi concentration camp lovers
3:56 PM on 17th July 2011
Tied together: Olga and Julius on September 7, 1947, the day of their second wedding
Enduring love: Julius and Olga in Vienna in 1985
Young love: Olga and Julius at Zagreb in Yugoslavia before his arrest
Free at last: Inmates of the German concentration camp Buchenwald near Weimar, Germany, march out to receive treatment at an American hospital after the camp is liberated by Gen. Patton”s 3rd U.S. Army troops, in April 1945
Resurrected: Inmates of Buchenwald inside their barrack, a few days after U.S troops liberated the concentration camp near Weimar. Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel is on the second row from the bottom, seventh from the left.