Interior of barrack that was reconstructed in 1965

The interior of the reconstructed barrack has been furnished to look the way it did in the early days of the camp. As the war progressed, the camp became overcrowded and living conditions became intolerable. Each barrack had two compartments with separate outside doors. Each compartment had its own flush toilets and wash room. There was a living space with tables for eating and lockers along the walls for clothes. Prisoners had to remove their shoes before entering; the barracks had to be kept obsessively clean and orderly.