Martin Pawley: a suitable use for a camp?
Shortly after the reunification of Germany, I was in Weimar on business. Just outside the town was a large Red Army base, occupied by troops of the former Soviet Union, their money worthless, their prospects dim. Slightly further out, concealed by wooded slopes, was the site of a camp of a different kind, called Buchenwald.
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