Photo Gallery: Putting Together History
11/27/2012
After World War II ended in 1945, the Allies faced the task of repatriating...
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After World War II ended in 1945, the Allies faced the task of repatriating millions of forced laborers and concentration camp survivors. They picked the sedate little town of Bad Arolsen in 1946, home to an SS officer training school, as the base for the ITS because of its central location between the four zones of occupation, and because it had come through the war with its infrastructure virtually unscathed.