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Whether or not to become a refugee was the decision of the individual. They could attempt to stay in their homes, but usually fled when the fighting got too close. In some places the soldiers would drive people out of their houses, or take them as prisoners and send them to concentration camps. The Allies would have civilians evacuate areas for their safety, but didn't prevent them from returning when it was safe.

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