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Gas-tight door of the gas chamber, of conventional design (made by the DAW) with its peephole and two locking bars, each of which fitted into a metal catch through which a threaded rod, bent to form a handle, was screwed, completely blocking the latch and ensuring that the door was tightly closed.
Close up of the gas chamber and the fanlight used to assist natural ventilation.
Technique and operation
of the gas chambers
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