Bergen-Belsen


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Bergen-Belsen:

see under BergenBergen,
town (1994 pop. 13,200), Lower Saxony, N Germany, 13 mi (21 km) NW of Celle. Building materials are manufactured. A North Atlantic Treaty Organization base is outside the town; a group of Neolithic dolmens is within the base. Nearby is the former site of Bergen-Belsen.
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, Lower Saxony, Germany.

Bergen-Belsen

Nazi slave labor and extermination camp. [Ger. Hist.: Hitler, 1187, 1188]
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The soldiers who liberated Bergen-Belsen said they could smell the stench for two miles.
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1945: British troops liberate Bergen-Belsen British troops have entered the German concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen.
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