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Concentration Camp Survivor Meets the Soldier Who Liberated Him (4 pics)

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  • 23 Jan, 2015  |
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Holocaust survivor Joshua Kaufman saluted World War II soldier Daniel Gillespie, who liberated him from a Nazi concentration camp 70 years ago. Powerful photos. Nice way to say THANK YOU!

1 Concentration Camp Survivor Meets the Soldier Who Liberated Him (4 pics)


2 Concentration Camp Survivor Meets the Soldier Who Liberated Him (4 pics)


3 Concentration Camp Survivor Meets the Soldier Who Liberated Him (4 pics)


4 Concentration Camp Survivor Meets the Soldier Who Liberated Him (4 pics)


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№1 Author: percytard (23 Jan 2015 03:53) Total user comments: 110


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extraordinary set of powerful pictures...
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№2 Author: randomdude735 (23 Jan 2015 05:06) Total user comments: 427


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Which one is which??
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№3 Author: LewisJones (23 Jan 2015 05:57) Total user comments: 2178


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Epic images!
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№4 Author: Abiaas (23 Jan 2015 09:09) Total user comments: 0


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What camps? That was a lie and there is no proof.
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№5 Author: Cotzy (23 Jan 2015 11:29) Total user comments: 442


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LewisJones,

...taken with a potatoe
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№6 Author: Ben2017 (23 Jan 2015 17:06) Total user comments: 2040


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the man with the walker is the soldier, the man in the hat was the rescuee
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№7 Author: jjchowdy (23 Jan 2015 20:13) Total user comments: 12


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I think this is great, but kissing his feet?!? IS that a bit much?
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№8 Author: Boomer (24 Jan 2015 04:24) Total user comments: 181


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My grand father was in the lead element that liberated the Buchenwald concentration camp complex. Those images, more than anything else in the war haunted him for years and years.
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№9 Author: Tomaz86 (24 Jan 2015 15:29) Total user comments: 10832


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Great post.
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№10 Author: Aindy (24 Jan 2015 17:03) Total user comments: 2863


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Cotzy,
A 'potatoe'? Is it a combination of a potato and a toe?
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