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Moments of liberation from Nazi domination were often joyful, but many experiences were more complex. Liberation did not necessarily mean personal freedom, and it often meant confronting great personal losses as people learned of the deaths of family and friends. Many people also faced new uncertainties as the war came to an end.

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