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  1. Doubl3Ac3

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    Hey guys we just finished reading the diary of Anne Frank in class here and now i have to do a research project on the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and i was hoping if any1 had some info on this if they could send me a link or just pm me. Its much appreciated for your help. i've got osme stuff from wiki but its doesnt go as deep as i want to go.
     
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    Some more links for info

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bergen-Belsen_concentration_camp
    auschwitz.dk/Bergenbelsen.htm
    Bergen-Belsen
     
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    I've been there, it's sobering. All you see is little hills, with plates: Here lie so and so many people. As I said making you think.
     
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    Agree with Marcel. I went there when I was in the Army, in the mid '70's, and it's just as Marcel said. The thing we all noticed, and I must point out 'we' weren't impressionable kids, but experienced Paras, no wildlife was present, no birds overflew or sang. Outside, in the surrounding countryside, rabbits leaped about and birds flew and sang.
    It's something I will never forget.
     
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