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Stalag 13 was a post-World War II POW camp in Nuremberg, Germany, that held former SS military personnel. It imprisoned 15,000 SS members. In 1946 there was an attempt to kill the SS prisoners, apparently by Abba Kovner's Jewish Revenge organisation. A member of the group got a job as a baker and poisoned the bread to be fed to the prisoners. Large numbers were taken ill, but the actual death toll is not known.
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