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JW.org - Jehovah’s Witnesses Honored at the Gusen Concentration Camp Memorial

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<p style="display: block; float: left; min-width: 150px;">On April 13, 2014, a memorial plaque was unveiled in recognition of the 450 Witnesses imprisoned by the Nazis in the Mauthausen and Gusen concentration camps in Austria.</p>

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Very poignant.  In 1989 I visited the Stutthof concentration camp in northern Poland as part of my visit to the international conventions in Poznan and Warsaw.  It had a massive impact on me and was very emotional, even for a 19 year old lad.  I recommend a visit to one of these places - not a fun experience but one that really brings home the reality of what our brothers and millions of other unfortunates experienced.

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