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Some 100 Remember Liberation of Ljubelj Concentration Camp

Ljubelj, 8 June - Some 100 people attended Saturday the 68th anniversary of the liberation of the Ljubelj subsidiary of the Mauthausen concentration camp, where WWII internees were brought to build a tunnel between Slovenia and Austria. Minister Anja Kopač Mrak said events that happened during the war must be remembered so that they never happen again.

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Pictured: Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Anja Kopač Mrak
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Pictured: Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Anja Kopač Mrak
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Pictured: Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Anja Kopač Mrak
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Pictured: Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Anja Kopač Mrak
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Ljubelj
A memorial service marking 68 years of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, organised by a WWII veterans' association
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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