Lothar Czossek, 86, on April 29, 2015, in Remsdorf just outside of Troeglitz, Germany, said that being home to a branch of the Buchenwald concentration camp, and the end of World War II should have taught area residents the importance of the needs of others. Here he is in his office housing the documents of the camp.
Lothar Czossek, 86, on April 29, 2015, in Remsdorf just outside of Troeglitz, Germany, said that being home to a branch of the Buchenwald concentration camp, and the end of World War II should have taught area residents the importance of the needs of others. Here he is in his office housing the documents of the camp. McClatchy
Lothar Czossek, 86, on April 29, 2015, in Remsdorf just outside of Troeglitz, Germany, said that being home to a branch of the Buchenwald concentration camp, and the end of World War II should have taught area residents the importance of the needs of others. Here he is in his office housing the documents of the camp. McClatchy

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