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Survivors liberated by Japanese-American troops with the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion line the road into the town of Waakirchen where U.S. forces set up a field hospital to care for them.

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    Survivors liberated by Japanese-American troops with the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion line the road into the town of Waakirchen where U.S. forces set up a field hospital to care for them.
    Survivors liberated by Japanese-American troops with the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion line the road into the town of Waakirchen where U.S. forces set up a field hospital to care for them.  

The survivors are Jews from Kovno, who were liberated near the town of Waakirchen while on a death march from the Dachau sub-camp of Kaufering.

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    Survivors liberated by Japanese-American troops with the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion line the road into the town of Waakirchen where U.S. forces set up a field hospital to care for them.

    The survivors are Jews from Kovno, who were liberated near the town of Waakirchen while on a death march from the Dachau sub-camp of Kaufering.
    Date
    1945 May 01 - 1945 May 04
    Locale
    Waakirchen, [Bavaria] Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Eric Saul

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    Eric Saul
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    2003-10-28 00:00:00
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