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The 371st Fighter Group and the Aftermath of the Holocaust

Former concentration subcamp prisoners in front of the camp in Holleischen, 1945. In March, 1945, 400 Hungarian-Jewish women were transferred from the Nuremberg subcamp to Hollesischen which held over 1,000 women, including French, Polish and Russian near the end of the war. Shortly after the liberation, these unidentified former inmates were pictured in front of where they were imprisoned. (Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp Memorial website)

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