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<p class=”link”>Karlsvik-on way to home?</p>
<p class=”link”>23 min, 45 sek, 2013</p>
<p class=”link”>Sinopsis</p>
<p class=”link”><span class=”formA”>I saw one photo during one of the meetings at the Russian-Swedish society:
14 happy Russian women on their way home after a prison camp in Norway, 1945.</span></p>
Who are the women? Why were they in Norway?
How did they have it in the prison camp?
How were they treated in Sweden?
What happened to them after the war?
I started doing research about these questions and find one of children was born in labor camp in Norway during World War II
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