Love Letters Sent From Nazi Labor Camp Delivered 70 Years Later

Posted by admin on Nov 13, 2012

Love letters written in a Nazi labor camp during World War II have finally made their way to their intended recipients, 70 years after they were first penned.

The letters were written by Marcel Heuzé, a French toolmaker and turner who was deported in 1942 to Marienfelde, southwest Berlin, to help the Nazi war effort in its Compulsory Work Service.

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