Russian physician, Dr. Brosset, in Fauske, Norway, is interviewing Russians left to die in Norway by the Nazis. Dr. Brosset had been living in Sweden before WW II began.
One of Karin Wiking’s Russian patients from the former Nazi POW camp near Fauske, Norway in June 1945.
The entrance of Bergen-Belsen in Germany. The sign states the facts: “This is The Site of The Infamous Belsen Concentration Camp. Liberated by the British on 15 April 1945.10,000 unburied dead were found here. Another 13,000 have since died. All of the victims of the German New Order in Europe and an example of Nazi Kulture.”
Photo of Mother Teresa between Kalyani and Karin Wiking in India.
The Swedes celebrating the summer with a dance around a May Pole at midnight. The sun never sets in June above the arctic circle in Norway and Sweden. After reaching the horizon, the sun starts rising again.
The Swedish medical team is celebrating Midsummer at 12 midnight on June 24, 1945 (which happens to be the same day as Karin Wiking’s birthday) on top of a mountain in Norway.
Two Swedish officials: On the right is Ulf Nordvall, the chief physician on the Swedish medical team in Norway in June 1945. In Stockholm, Ulf Nordvall is the Swedish Queen’s special physician.
Karin Wiking with one of the Swedish officials, Captain Detlov von Braun, in Czechoslovakia in 1946.
Lidice, a town in Czechoslovakia in 1945, in which the Czechs shot the Nazi in command of the town. Whereupon the Nazis shot all the Czech men, evacuated the women and children, and bombed the town to non-existence.