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1981 International Liberators Conference collection

Document | Not Digitized | RG Number: RG-09.005.39

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    Contains letters written by John H. Hill and Buruil Hayes in 1981 relating to their experiences in liberating prisoners-of-war camps and concentration camps at the end of World War II. Hill describes the liberation of several stalags in Germany and the types of prisoners liberated from the camps. He also mentions encountering a camp for political prisoners while en route to Kinzenbach, Germany, as well as the Hadamar Institute where inmates were victims of euthanasia. The letter by Buruil Hayes describes his imprisonment in two separate stalags in Poland and his liberation by the Red Army.
    Subtitle
    Miscellaneous POW camps
    Date
    1981

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    1 folder

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