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To read the hidden message, recipients had to heat up the letters.
In the first letter the women sent was a clue that following letters would have secret messages written in urine.
They reveal the shocking experiments that were carried out at the death camp, which included being injected with gangrene to test new drugs.
Donated by the family of Krystyna Czyz-Wilgat, who wrote several of them, some letters are in poor condition and it is not clear if the 'Under the Clock' Martyr Museum in Lublin, in eastern Poland, will put them on public display.
The vast majority of her team's missions seem to not involve her.
Her only plot-involved action was to get knocked around by Itachi Uchiha in a short battle, unless you count some of the filler episodes.
The 27 notes, which informed the world about the deadly experiments made on 74 women at the camp in 1943-1944, were apparently normal letters to families but with invisible messages between the lines and in the margins.
Hinata eventually married Naruto and the two settled down and had two children, Boruto Uzumaki and Himawari Uzumaki, while Kiba started dating Tamaki, and Shino became a teacher at the Academy. Kiba is a wild, untamed ninja from the Inuzuka clan, a family of dog breeders.
As such, he's never seen without his loyal pooch, Akamaru.
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Its members are Kiba Inuzuka, his pet Akamaru, Hinata Hyuga, and Shino Aburame.
That is why these letters are such valuable material and historic evidence.'Thanks to the letters, the experiments in Ravensbrueck were known abroad before the end of the war in 1945.