Talk:Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust
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Just typical Leftist cramming tangentially related information into every nook and cranny of Wikipedia, as usual. "because it was on these dates, in 1945, that American troops — including at least one ethnically segregated artillery battalion of the U.S. Army, many of whose own relatives were themselves interned during the war on American soil — liberated the Dachau concentration camp and a number of its satellite camps, as well as rescuing hundreds of Jewish-ethnicity camp inmates driven southwards from Dachau by the Nazis on a death march only days later."
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