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  1. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - In 1964, the first public memorial to the Holocaust in the United States was unveiled in a solemn ceremony in Philadelphia. The bronze-on-black granite sculpture called ...

  2. The “leading” French Holocaust denier, who collapsed and died Monday at age 89, lived in the city in central France notorious for hosting the Nazi-aligned French government of Phillipe ...

  3. “She was very comfortable, sure of herself,” said Schloss, whose mother married Frank’s father after the Holocaust ended. Schloss, 89, did not speak publicly about the Holocaust ...

  4. Two Auschwitz survivors who later married first met when the husband inked a death camp tattoo on his partner-to-be's arm. Lale and Gita Sokolov were inmates of the extermination camp and, after ...

  5. BROOKLINE — In Nazi Germany, your face could seal your fate. A nose too long, a skull too broad, a certain sort of beard, and someone — a state agent with craniometric tools, a prying neighbor armed with racial stereotypes — might deem you Jewish.

  6. A school has been sent more than five million buttons after it launched an appeal to commemorate victims of the Holocaust. The Lakes School, near Windermere, had hoped to get 1.5 million ...

  7. PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The first public Holocaust memorial in North America has been expanded and modernized in Philadelphia. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday morning at the ...

  8. Jews deemed unfit for work waiting in a grove near gas chamber. British-born Faurisson was a staunch defender of Marshal Philippe Petain, the French leader who collaborated with Nazi occupiers ...

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