May 21 1945. Due to the heavy presence of typhus and lice, the last hut of the Bergen-Belsen camp was set ablaze by a British flame thrower, two days after all prisoners were evacuated. The Union Jack was raised at the same time the hut was set fire and rifles were fired in honor of those who died at this camp. A portrait of Adolf Hitler and a Nazi flag were inside the hut to burn also. Photo by Bert Hardy, from Imperial War Museum.