Wedding Rings Taken From Concentration Camp Inmates

A few of the thousands of wedding rings the Nazis removed from their victims to salvage the gold. U.S. troops found rings, watches, precious stones, eyeglasses, and gold fillings, near the Buchenwald concentration camp. Germany, May 5, 1945. (Photo by © CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
A few of the thousands of wedding rings the Nazis removed from their victims to salvage the gold. U.S. troops found rings, watches, precious stones, eyeglasses, and gold fillings, near the Buchenwald concentration camp. Germany, May 5, 1945. (Photo by © CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
Wedding Rings Taken From Concentration Camp Inmates
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