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Walldorfer Rundschau 31.5.1980 <ul><li>An old Holocaust

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Walldorfer Rundschau 31.5.1980 An old teacher of mine, way over 60 years old, fell and I took him on my shoulders and carried him to the KZ. When I took him off my shoulders an SS officer hit me in my neck, because I had helped him. There we stood , around 800 “prisoners” for 12 hours against a wire fence. No one was allowed to move until we were taken to the barracks.

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