The Death March Of The Jews From The Concentration Camp At Flossenburg
Flossenburg was the third largest Nazi Concentration Camp in Germany. In April 1945 while U.S Army troops were closing in, more than 16,000 Jews were put to death; this is their story told from diaries by the survivors. (JHS/MS+) Color. (45 mins)
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