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The obituary of a British Army officer who came across Bergen-Belsen during his military advance through the area, appeared in the UK newspaper, _The Telegraph_, yesterday.
The South Carolina Council on the Holocaust has a collection of interviews of both survivor and liberator interviews.
In March-May 1945 British armies in northwest Europe liberated a number of concentration camps (Bergen-Belsen and Neuengamme, for example) and a larger number of work camps (Arbeitslager) and work education camps (Arbeitserziehungslager).
The liberation of Bergen-Belsen received most attention due to vast number of dead victims who had not been buried. There is a BBC news report from the liberation (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hLYavpMSFs) of Belsen.