Two days after all internees were evacuated from Bergen-Belsen, the last hut was set alight by a British flame thrower and burned to the ground due to the thick presence of typhus and lice, 21 May 1945.USS Anzio underway, 21 May 1945USS Lexington (Essex-class) at anchor in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 21 May 1945 following extensive repairs at the Navy Yard in Bremerton.View of airstrip on Tarakan, Borneo, showing extensive damage sustained during battle and some reconstruction efforts commited by 1st and 8th Airfield construction Squadrons of RAAF, 21 May 1945
Two days after all internees were evacuated from Bergen-Belsen, the last hut was set alight by a British flame thrower and burned to the ground due to the thick presence of typhus and lice, 21 May 1945.USS Anzio underway, 21 May 1945USS Lexington (Essex-class) at anchor in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 21 May 1945 following extensive repairs at the Navy Yard in Bremerton.View of airstrip on Tarakan, Borneo, showing extensive damage sustained during battle and some reconstruction efforts commited by 1st and 8th Airfield construction Squadrons of RAAF, 21 May 1945


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