I am currently researching a folio of sixteen World War Two photographic prints, taken by Nazi photographers which were confiscated by British Intelligence Corp officers during the denazification of British occupied Germany - in Dortmund - in 1946. The most interesting picture is of Nazi officials excavating a mass grave in Katyn forest, Poland, the cover picture here.
As part of my Research Project for my MA at Birkbeck, I look forward to handing these photographs over to The Institute of National Remembrance - Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes Against the Polish Nation tomorrow. This is I believe their rightful resting place and the most appropriate archive.
My research into the historical significance of these photographs and their 'afterlife' (Walter Benjamin) is ongoing. If anyone has any information or interest in them, please do not hesitate to get in touch.