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Description: en:Rudolf Vrba on the right, Josef Weiss in the middle, and Arnost Rosin on the left, Bratislava, June-July 1944. Rudolf Vrba and Arnost Rosin had both recently escaped from Auschwitz; Vrba on April 7, 1944 and Rosin on May 24, 1944.
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