Prisoners in the Concentration Camp at Sachsenhausen, Germany (1938),
US National Archive of Foreign Records
Who are these people?
What was their experience before and after this photograph was taken?
Have they told their own stories?
How have others used this as part of their artistic process?
[These are listed in the order in which I read them, with the most recently read book first. "Read" is a relative term, for example, Homosexuelle Männer im KZ Sachsenhause is 378 pages of German. I used Google Translate to read the essay on Richard Grune. Perhaps I'll tackle more from that in the future. This book is completely on topic for the photo.]
Harlan Greene: The German Officer's Boy (2005) WorldCat
Stephen Koch: Hitler's Pawn, The Boy Assassin and the Holocaust (2019) WorldCat
Andreas Sternweiler and Joachim Müller, editors: Homosexuelle Männer im KZ Sachsenhausen / Homosexual Men in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (2000) WorldCat