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HEIR, FORCED. Forced heirs are those who cannot be disinherited. This term is used among the civilians. Vide Forced heirs

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Many died on forced marches through Germany's coldest winter, and thousands suffered from dysentery as they were herded from one camp to another by the Germans.
The first part will deal with some historical background, the concept and policy of removal, forced marches, and/or "ethnic cleansings." The second part will highlight some of the backlash from some Euroamericans and the questions and issues they raised both in the planning and in the actual march.
The young backpacker, from Clapham, south London, said he and the other hostages endured forced marches across high mountains and thick jungle, with practically no food.
Mr Scott said he and the other hostages endured forced marches across high mountains and thick jungle, with practically no food.
Even today no one knows for sure how many p-o-w's there were, how many were put onto forced marches or how many died.
These prisoners faced severe conditions, including random killings, forced marches, months of solitary confinement, near-starvation and a variety of tortures and interrogations.
They had to endure forced marches, shooting and take part in various other tests during the Exercise Devil's Leap at Catterick Garrison in December 1983 ?
Using a direct and colloquial prose, he recounts camp life and its organization, personalities, clandestine operations, and forced marches. The many photographs throughout the text include those Clark took inside the camp with a secret camera.