Queen Elizabeth II to visit Bergen-Belsen

May 18, 2015 02:55


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Queen Elizabeth II will pay a visit to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp while on a state visit to Germany in June, AFP reported Monday.

During the visit, the queen and husband Prince Philip will meet with Holocaust survivors, as well as people who helped liberate the camp.

The British royals will be in Germany from June 24 to 26, where they will also meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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