The Death March of the Jews from the Camp at Flossenburg
Flossenburg, the "forgotten camp" was the third largest Nazi Concentration Camp in Germany. From 1938-1945, more than 100,000 inmates from all over Europe were imprisoned in the main camp and its more than 100 subcamps. As the U.S. Army closed in on the camp in April of 1945, the Nazis marched more thank 16,000 Jews on "Death Marches" under the harshest of conditions; thousands perished. Utilizing archival footage, the illustrations and diaries of the survivors, and interviews with many who participated in the 50th anniversary commemoration of the camp's liberation, we are given a first hand glimpse at the horror that was Flossenburg.
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- Teaneck, NJ : Ergo Media, 1998
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