Bergen-Belsen

Bergen-Belsen

Bergen-Belsen may refer to:
* Stalag XI-C Bergen-Belsen (1940-1943), prisoner-of-war camp
* Bergen-Belsen concentration camp (1942-1945), on the site of the POW camp.
* Bergen-Belsen DP camp, a displaced persons camp set up by British forces in 1945 near the site of the concentration camp.


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