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.
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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.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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