I was led to believe that the graves were restored before these images were taken so I have no idea what condition they may have been in before.
The graves are mostly unmarked, and I do not know whether this is the original position of them or whether they are merely symbolic.
I had originally missed the plaque that was on the road outside the camp (I have no idea how I missed it). but detoured to photograph it when I returned to Heidelberg in May 2012
Between my original visit and this one a memorial wall had been erected with the names of the inmates of the camp that are buried in these two cemeteries.
Again it is difficult to know what graves are of victims, although if they were children and died between 1900 and 1902 the odds are quite large that they were. There are a few mounds amongst the graves and these had been “restored” so I can make the assumption that these were graves associated with the camp.