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The second is dedicated to murdered Slovak Jews, chiefly mapping out Nazi concentration camps where they were deported.
Of course, the problem is, there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp.
He went on: "The Nazis used concentration camps for slave labour and extermination of millions.
Interested in the psychological and physical impact of liberation, McManus argues that witnessing the concentration camps served as a formative experience that defined the war for many American soldiers.
The resulting row ended up in the High Court in 2006 where Mr Justice Collins said: "When he knew that Mr Finegold was particularly offended because he was Jewish, to go on to compare him to a concentration camp guard was indefensible.
The Queen, who is patron of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, has not visited a concentration camp during previous state visits to Germany.
Such a phrase is unfortunate and factually misleading, as there were no Polish concentration camps during World War II, only the concentration camps set up and administered by Nazi Germany in the Reich and occupied Europe, including occupied Poland.
The plaques listed the names of those who died at a Nazi concentration camp in the Czech Republic.
After the war began, repression increased and Hinzert gradually acquired functions of a concentration camp until it was nominally included in the concentration camp system as a main camp in the spring of 1942.
Berlusconi commented at a rally in Milan ahead of the European elections that concentration camps never existed for Germans.
Treblinka: Inside Hitler's Secret Death Camp Channel 5, 9pm It was a place of almost unimaginable horror, yet for many years, it seemed as if the Treblinka concentration camp had left no trace of its ever having existed.
But Schindler convinced SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Amon Goth, commandant of the nearby Krakow- Plaszow concentration camp, to allow him to move his factory to Brunnlitz in the Sudetenland, thus sparing his workers from certain death.

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