Forgotten Voices: How Buchenwald Lived On

-
PRINT PAGE |

When I visited Buchenwald concentration camp, near Weimar, in 1988, in what turned out to be the last year of German partition, the Soviet Union's use of the camp for five years after World War II was hardly to be spoken of inside what, with memorable irony, was still called the German Democratic Republic.

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE OR LOGIN WITH YOUR SUBSCRIPTION CREDENTIALS TO SEE THE FULL ARTICLE

Print

You have not viewed any products recently.