Buchenwald


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Bu·chen·wald

 (bo͞o′kən-wôld′, -KHən-vält′)
A location in central Germany near Weimar. It was the site of a Nazi concentration camp during World War II.

Buchenwald

(German ˈbuːxənvalt)
n
(Placename) a village in E central Germany, near Weimar; site of a Nazi concentration camp (1937–45)

Bu•chen•wald

(ˈbu kənˌwɔld, -ˌvɑlt, -xən-)

n.
the site of a former Nazi concentration camp in central Germany, near Weimar.
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Noun1.Buchenwald - a Nazi concentration camp for Jews in World War II that was located in central Germany
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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The Old Guard" column really hit home in the April 2017 issue (Volume 24 Issue 3), because I too had lost a wonderful friend in Edward Carter-Edwards, the Buchenwald survivor, and of course a well-known member of the KLB Club.
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McManus examines the American soldiers like Corporal Wilson who liberated and witnessed Ohrdruf, Buchenwald, and Dachau.
Liberated in 1945 from Buchenwald concentration camp, Mr Wiesel, who lost his parents and a sister in the Holocaust, went on to speak out for victims of violence and oppression.
Liberated in 1945 from Buchenwald concentration camp, Wiesel, who lost his parents and a sister in the Holocaust, went on to speak out for victims of violence and oppression.
We will visit Berlin, Potsdam (where Churchill, Truman and Stalin signed the Potsdam Agreement), Stalag Luft III of The Great Escape film fame (camp and museum), Dresden, Colditz Castle, Weimar and Buchenwald.
Mr Black survived Auschwitz and slave labour at concentration camps Buchenwald and Dora Mittelbau, before suffering illness and transfer to the infamous Bergen-Belsen.
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the gates, so that inmates could read Although Buchenwald was a work camp, rather than a systematic extermination centre like the infamous Auschwitz, life was brutal for the forced labourers.