April 15 – Roll of Honour and liberation of Bergen-Belsen — Remembrance NI

On 15/04/1945 British forces liberated Bergen-Belsen. Thousands of bodies lay unburied around the camp and some 60,000 starving and mortally ill people were packed together without food, water or basic sanitation. Many were suffering from typhus, dysentery, and starvation. Medics played a key role in coping with the massive challenge of coping with and responding […]

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1 Response to April 15 – Roll of Honour and liberation of Bergen-Belsen — Remembrance NI

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