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DVDs:Culture, History and Religion:War and Military:Hitler's G.I. Death Camp DVD-R


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Hitler's G.I. Death Camp DVD-R


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When Americans think of GI's and the Holocaust, they typically envision young soldiers liberating death camps. However in a place called Berga, American POW's worked and died as slave laborers in one of Hitler's most secretive concentration camps. This is their story.

Not available for shipment outside of the U.S.

  • 1 disc; 45 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • © 2011

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    Comments about Hitler's G.I. Death Camp DVD-R:

    I volunteer with a non-profit, Rocky Mountain Honor Flight. Our mission to is honor our most senior veterans, those from WWII and the Korea Conflict. This DVD was one I had never heard about before. I found it very interesting and informative, and a story that deserves telling.

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