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During the closing days of World War II in Europe, the 82nd Airborne liberated the Wöbbelin concentration camp, a few miles from the town of Ludwigslust, Germany. Of the population of 5,000 prisoners, roughly 1,500 died over the space of ten weeks, most as the result of starvation and disease. Among the liberators of the Wöbbelin camp was a man named Roy Kouski, from K Company of the 325th Glider Battalion. An incident that happened to Kouski at the Wobbelin Camp forever affected his life and it is his desire to try and find a Jewish survivor that he met there from Budapest, Hungary. Soon after liberating the camp, Roy and other men in his platoon were ordered to round up survivors and send

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