Mark James tells the story of his brother and namesake Marek who was one of twenty Jewish children taken from the concentration camp Neuengamme and hanged in the basement of a school in Hamburg, barely three weeks before the war's end.
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Bracker, Jörgen. The Children of Bullenhuser Damm. 1994.
Schwarberg, Günther. The Murders at Bullenhuser Damn: the SS Doctor and the Children. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984.
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