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What we must learn from Holocaust survivors, before it’s too late

When Allied forces liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945, even the horrors of World War II had not prepared the soldiers for what they saw.

“They vomited, they fainted and they cried like children,” said Olga Horak, then a prisoner who had survived Auschwitz and the death march to Bergen-Belsen.

Char 1a“We were already emaciated, skeletal figures. I was 29 kilos. I was together with my mum, who was only 39 years old.”

Ms Horak was…

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