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a Nazi concentration camp for Jews in World War II that was located in central Germany

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Miller documented the work of US Army nurses at a field hospital near Omaha Beach after D-Day and also highlighted the horrors of the Nazi regime at Buchenwald concentration camp.
On April 11 or April 12, 1945, my father, Rabbi Herschel Schacter, aged 27, entered the Buchenwald Concentration Camp located outside of Weimer, Germany.
AS you enter the Nazis' old Buchenwald Concentration Camp, the sign still reads: "Each to his own.
Eventually, Lusseyran was arrested and sent to the Buchenwald concentration camp in a transport of two thousand resistance fighters.
president to tour the Buchenwald concentration camp, where he honored the 56,000 who died at the hands of the Nazis.
Buchenwald concentration camp was a World War II German Nazi concentration camp established on the Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) near Weimar, Germany, in July 1937.
18, Holocaust survivor Robert Waisman stood before an audience that included former Indian residential school students and spoke about the horrors that he experienced as a teenager at the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany during World War II.
Research focuses on children in the Buchenwald concentration camp and rescue and survival during the Holocaust
Featured speakers include Buchenwald concentration camp survivor Robbie Waisman and liberator Dr.
The bookends to Ted Schwartz's war were Omaha Beach and the Buchenwald concentration camp, two versions of hell on Earth.
According to the students, the rabbi made the remark during a lecture on the Holocaust and on his personal memories as a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp which he delivered to teenagers who had returned from a trip to Poland.
Jacques Lusseyran, a Frenchman who survived the Buchenwald concentration camp, says he learned "that poetry is an act, an incantation, a kiss of peace, a medicine .
After his imprisonment in the Buchenwald concentration camp, however, he faced a momentous, potentially fatal decision: to bear witness as an author or to choose life, for he believed that writing about what he had lived would lead inevitably to his death.
In close proximity to Dresden is the Buchenwald concentration camp, one of the first and largest of the Nazi camps.
To add insult to injury, Obama followed up his Cairo visit with a tour of Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany.