Poland: 7,000 pairs of shoes burnt at concentration camp

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 10, 2010 12:43




A fire broke out Monday night at the Majdanek concentration camp barracks in Poland, seriously damaging two-thirds of the wooden structure and seven thousand pairs of shoes belonging to former prisoners, a spokesman from the Lublin fire brigade reportedly said.

The fire occurred at midnight and took six hours to put out. The cause of the blaze was unknown.


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