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Author Traces What Happened To WWII's 'Last Million' Displaced People

Historian David Nasaw tells the story of the concentration camp survivors, POWs and other displaced people who remained in Germany following the war. Many had no home to return to.

Refugees stand outside the West Berlin refugee headquarters, waiting for registration, on March 3, 1953. Werner Kreusch/AP Photo hide caption

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Author Traces What Happened To WWII's 'Last Million' Displaced People

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