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During World War II, the prisoners in the numerous concentration camps scattered around Europe were put to the test not only physically, but also mentally. The SS troops, Germany's private police force and Hitler's bodyguards, administered the camps and made the "undesirables'" lives even more difficult. Captives, if I may call them that, were tortured and abused. Such treatment can lead to many problems with a person's health, the body and the mind. The concentration camps during the long years of Hitler's reign in Europe changed their inhabitants, like Elie Wiesel, author…
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