The Lipstick Miracle of Bergen-Belsen

The Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp was not an extermination center, there were no gas chambers, no ovens, and the camp had originally been designated for prisoners of war. That all changed in April of 1943 when the SS took over and repurposed the facility to house Jewish prisoners with foreign passports, with the hope that they could be exchanged for German prisoners or other incentives. That effort never came to…

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K Marlo Yost is a former Server Engineer with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has a computer science degree and lives in Salt Lake City with his wife.

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K Marlo Yost is a former Server Engineer with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has a computer science degree and lives in Salt Lake City with his wife.

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