The Lost Soldiers of Stalag IX-B

Roger Cohen in the New York Times Magazine:

On the European front in the last months of World War II, the Nazis sent 350 U.S. Army prisoners of war to work in a concentration camp in eastern Germany. First on the list were all the American Jews they could find.

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