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What were the concentration camps like?

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2010-03-16 20:59:20
2010-03-16 20:59:20

Closer to Hell than any Jew, gypsy, Nazi, or different nationality had ever seen. The rations were sparse, if any some days. The warehouses were stuffed with bunks stacked high. Lice crawled through the camp and they worked ridiculous hours.

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