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canada goose outlet online About Ravensbruck Concentration CampRavensbruck was located approx 90 km (50 miles) north of Berlin, near the village of Ravensbruck, alongside Lake Schwedt (“Schwedtsee”). Lake Schwedt is strikingly scenic, but it is also the repository of the Ravensbruck women’s ashes from the three nearby crematoria used by the Nazis. canada goose outlet online

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