Warm sun beam pour down to the crowded refugee camp. The air is filled with the scent of freedom. Children wear innocent laughter on their faces while Jewish youngsters are enjoying leisurely chess time around a table. They, after years in exile, at last make a shelter to enjoy peace and leisure after fleeing the rule of the ruthless Nazis. Luxury is this ordinary and simple life for those Jewish refugees who were confined in Nazi concentration camps.
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