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unsual visit because there is so little left in the camp site but well worth the detour just the same

despite the fact that the site was cleaned out almost completely after the end of the war, the sad... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2016
Claire C
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Sydney, Australia
We mustn't forget

For years nothing really was here after the camp was destroyed and it is so very important that the... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2014
AlanBrice
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newcastle upon tyne, uk
via mobile
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Jul 10, 2016
“unsual visit because there is so little left in the camp site but well worth the detour just the same”
Nov 2, 2014
“We mustn't forget ”
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Reviewed 11 July 2016

despite the fact that the site was cleaned out almost completely after the end of the war, the sad history of the camp is well explained through memorial explanatory boards and recreation of the various buildings that used to be there and the people that...More

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Reviewed 2 November 2014 via mobile

For years nothing really was here after the camp was destroyed and it is so very important that the memorial for those who suffered, died or were sent to their death has been created. The information centre is very helpful and has been designed to...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2012

Free admission/ information, do at your own pace There is a big screen which plays a video with multi-languages sub-titles, there is also an interactive computer system which gives more information on the history of this place. Do this bit first. The walk around see...More

5  Thank asterix_et_oblelix
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10 July 2017|
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Response from Lauren2223 |
My great grandmother, Mathilda Wolf, originally from Norden, died in Gurs in 1942. My grandmother, Frieda Wolff Michel,, from Mannheim, was deported to Auschwitz from Gurs in August 1942
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