'I Did Nothing Wrong': German Gulag Prisoners Recall Their Postwar Ordeal

31st August 2010, Comments 0 comments

Thousands of Germans, including teenagers, were forced to toil in Stalin's labor camps after World War II. When they were finally were released their country had been divided into east and west. Karl Heinz Vogeley and Lothar Scholz recall how no one was interested in their fate when they returned.

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