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Bergen Belsen

Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, Hutchinson, 0.03 sec. Ber·gen-Bel·sen ( bûr g n-b l s n, b r g n-b l z n).

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The first prisoners to arrive at Bergen-Belsen were not candidates for prisoner next year and a half, five sub-camps were set up at Bergen-Belsen.
Bergen Belsen – The Irish Connection Bob and Han Collis
Bergen Belsen – The Irish Connection. Bob and Han Collis.
Surviving survival: nursing care at BergenBelsen 1945
The Day After: Bergen-Belsen from Concentration Camp to the
Germany, between the towns of Bergen and Belsen, was the second con- centration The British arrived at Bergen-Belsen on the afternoon of Sunday, 15 April.

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The answer to hate
It's a road that led to the extermination of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, the ruin of Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen and the unfathomable tragedy of 6 million dead in the camps and millions more throughout Europe.
Book Review: Displaced Persons by Ghita Schwarz
At the Bergen-Belsen refugee camp several people meet and become those that the book follows. Pavel, Fela, Chaim, Berel, Dvora and their daughter Sima all become “Displaced Persons” or DPs.
Anne Frank photo exhibit planned in Green Bay
The Jewish teenager died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945. "Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album" runs from Sept. 24 to Oct.
Temple of doom
Green Bay museum to host Anne Frank photo exhibit
The Jewish teenager died in March 1945 in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Her father took the photos before then, and many of the photos are of Anne and her sister Margot. "Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album" runs from Sept.

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Bergen-Belsen concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A British Army bulldozer pushes bodies into a mass grave at Belsen. 19 April 1945.
Jan 6, 2011 View of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Germany, date uncertain. — National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.
Bergen-Belsen was a concentration camp near Hanover in northwest Germany, located between the villages of Bergen and Belsen.
Bergen-Belsen, A History From 1935.

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