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When Bodies Wash Ashore

sunken ship photo

Photo by glasseyes view

Can you imagine walking along the beach and finding bones and bodies? This tragedy has more than one story to tell. At minimum, it has 5,500, plus those of the people over nearly four decades tasked with finding, collecting, and burying these poor souls trapped on a ship attacked by the RAF.

Source: For almost 39 years, parts of skeletons were being washed ashore – SS Cap Arcona was carrying around 5,500 concentration camp inmates

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