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"American troops in Germany last week hit the Nazi death camp belt, an area that revealed such horrors - the bodies of thousands of Allied prisoners shot, starved, beaten and burned to death - that even the cynics of the civilized world now could not fail to be convinced of the truth of German atrocities... At Nordhausen, PM's Victor Bernstein (1938 - 1960) saw the bodies of 3000 foreign slave laborers. Said he: 'You didn't have to ask how these people died. Ribs sticking out of chests, covered by skin drawn tight as a drum; arms and legs mere broomsticks; these people had been starved to death.'"

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Discovering the Deathworks (PM Tabloid, 1945)

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