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German Exhibition on Forced Labor in World War II to be Held in Moscow
19.09.2011 12:23
German Exhibition on Forced Labor in World War II to be Held in Moscow

Exhibition Forced Labor. Germans, Captive Workers and War will be opened in the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill on September, 20th.
      It is the first ever thematic exposition from Germany dedicated to one of the most massive crimes of the Nazis. The exhibition is a token of acknowledging the historical responsibility of Germany for unleashing of World War II.
      The exhibition for the first time presents the comprehensive history of forced labor during the Nazi period.
      About 5 million men, women, and children were driven away as captives from the USSR to Germany in 1941-45.
      In the racial hierarchy of Nazis dependent workers were put on one of the lowest steps: their owners treated them just like slaves.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Great Patriotic War World War II Exhibitions in Moscow Germany Fascism 

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