Survivors in a Barracks in Bergen-Belsen at Liberation

Survivors in a barracks in Bergen-Belsen at liberation. Bergen-Belsen, near Hanover in northwest Germany, was established in March 1943, as a special camp for prominent Jews of belligerent and neutral states, who might be exchanged for German citizens interned abroad.
Photo credit: German National Archives

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