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The images that accompany this audio soundtrack where found from doing a Google search for Bergen-Belsen and using what was found that labelled them as such. 

There was no images with this report as it was a radio report. 

This is an audio broadcast from 1945, with a first hand account of the atrocities in the Belsen-Belsen concentration camp by Richard Dimbleby,
It in two sections due to the size. Its worth hearing, because its not propaganda, its not bias it is his own observations of what he witnessed. 
Richard Dimbleby describes the scenes of almost unimaginable horror that greeted him as he toured Belsen concentration camp shortly after its liberation by the British in April 1945.
Did you know?
Bergen-Belsen began as a prisoner of war camp and was used for Jewish inmates from 1943 onwards. It is estimated that 70,000 people died there. Richard Dimbleby was the first broadcaster to enter the camp and, overcome, broke down several times while making his report. The BBC initially refused to play the report, as they could not believe the scenes he had described, and it was only broadcast after Dimbleby threatened to resign.

Find out what is the path to Genocide
http://www.hmd.org.uk/genocides

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