12 thoughts on “Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, liberation and nurses

  1. I suppose I’m one of the few people still alive who lived there just after the war, when many of the former inmates were still there waiting to go back to their countries,. or unable to go back, it was a terrible time.So good that those wonderful nurses have been acknowledged, though I suppose they’re mostly dead now..

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