Relatives collect possessions of Nazi victims

The relatives of eight Dutch nationals who died in Nazi concentration camps during WWII collected the personal possessions belonging to their family members from the Red Cross in Bad Arolsen in Germany on Monday.

It is one of the few times that relatives have gone personally to Bad Arolsen, where more than 50 million articles belonging to Nazi victims are stored.

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