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The recently discovered images come from the estate of a deputy commandant at the camp, Johann Niemann, one of ten SS men killed by prisoners in the famous October 1943 uprising. Parts of his collection will be made public on January 28, at the Topography of Terror archive in Berlin, and in a new book to be released that day. His US citizenship was revoked in 2002 for lying on his citizenship application about his Nazi service, and who was deported to Germany in 2009; he was convicted in Munich in 2011 as an accessory to the murder of 28,060 Jews at the death camp. Sentenced to five years in prison, he died in a nursing home at the age of 91 in March 2012, while awaiting a decision on his appeal