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Mullens native Carl Green was among the first U.S. soldiers on the scene to help liberate one of the Nazis’ most notorious prison camps during World War II. The former U.S. soldier visited the Raleigh County Veterans Museum this past weekend to be reunited with a relic once used to screen political prisoners of the Nazi war machine. “This door no doubt witnessed man’s most gruesome inhumanity to man,” Green said.

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