May 19, 2022
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“Polish Death Camp” resurfaces in German media

The German Augsburger Allgemeine daily called Theresienstadt a “Polish Death Camp” despite the fact that it was established by Nazi Germans on Czech territory. […] Czechoslovakia collapsed on March 15, 1939, under Nazi German influence that goaded Slovakia to break away and form an independent Slovak Republic. The rest of the territory fell under Nazi German control and came to be known as Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. This territory, just like the Polish occupied territories, saw Nazi Germans build concentration and death camps where hundreds of thousand Jews were systematically exterminated by the occupiers.

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