Survivors mark 60th anniversary of liberation from Buchenwald

[JURIST] Survivors mourned the thousands killed and urged people to be vigilant against hate in marking the 60th anniversary [Reuters report] of the liberation of the Buchenwald [Wikipedia article], concentration camp in Germany on Sunday. Their message echoed that of a similar gathering held at Auschwitz [CNN report] in January. Around 56,000 people died at Buchenwald, and as many as 1.5 million died at Auschwitz [Wikipedia article], in Poland.

 

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