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Liberation 1945 testimony

Eyewitness accounts of the liberation of concentration camps in 1945. Survivors and liberators recall how they were equally unprepared for liberation and describe the complexities, ambiguities, and ironies of the end of the Holocaust. After liberation, victims of the Third Reich moved from being prisoners to repatriated citizens, or, in many cases, stateless or displaced persons.

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  • "Here are arresting eyewitness accounts of the liberation of concentration camps in 1945. Survivors who had yearned for rescue and liberators who were hardened combat veterans recall how they were equally unprepared for the moment of liberation. This video begins with facing the horrifying result of the Holocaust and includes moving testimony of the post-liberation period. After liberation, victims of the Third Reich moved from prisoner to repatriated citizen or, as in so many cases, stateless of displaced persons. Survivors and liberators speak of the complexities, ambiguities, and ironies of the end of the Holocaust and the beginning of rebuilding lives."
  • "Eyewitness accounts of the liberation of concentration camps in 1945. Survivors and liberators recall how they were equally unprepared for liberation and describe the complexities, ambiguities, and ironies of the end of the Holocaust. After liberation, victims of the Third Reich moved from being prisoners to repatriated citizens, or, in many cases, stateless or displaced persons."@en

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