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The 100-Year Secret: Britain's Hidden World War II Massacre

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On May 3, 1945, the Royal Air Force attacked a fleet of ships carrying ten thousand survivors of the Neuengamme concentration camp. The war was nearly over, and the survivors had endured one of history's most hellish ordeals, only to die at the hand of their allies.

The bodies, in the striped black-and-white uniforms of camp prisoners, were soon washing ashore on the beach
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published October 1st 2004 by The Lyons Press
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Mar 12, 2016 Jennifer rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent non fiction for anyone interested in humanity on any level. Eugene Pool composed this book from talks with the Jacobs brothers, Holocaust Survivors.

Most know the history of the Holocaust and concentration camps. I learned from this that while the Allies Powers were advancing, the Nazis frantically tried to dispose of/hide the evidence of the crimes they committed. This was done either in mass killings, death marches to other concentration and/or death camps further away or,
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