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This article utilises the theoretical perspectives of the forensic turn to further expand our historical understandings and interpretations of the events of the Holocaust. More specifically, it applies a theory of the materialities of dead bodies to historically reconstruct and reinterpret the death march from Buchenwald to Dachau from 7 to 28 April 1945. It focuses on dead bodies as 'evidence', but explores how the evidential meanings of corpses along the death-march route evolved and changeddoi:10.7227/hrv.6.1.5 fatcat:nhafye4mkvbetawjgcifoyahjm