Under the Swastika: With war and terror, the Nazi regime
sought after its criminal goals. Hundreds of thousands of
women were among its victims. Just for the women's concentration
camp of Ravensbrück, 130,000 women were abducted from 20 nations.
90,000 of them died through hunger, sickness and murder having
beforehand been exploited for forced labor.
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