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Stumbling over the Holocaust

By Jefferson Chase
April 11, 2004

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ON A BRIGHT, COLD afternoon in Berlin last month, some 100 people stood watching as sculptor Gunter Demnig dug up a bit of sidewalk in front of the elementary school at Admiralstrasse No. 14. Beside him was a 4-by-4-inch brass-plated cobblestone. Its inscription -- "Here lived Willi Hopp, born 1899, died Nov. 17, 1944 in Auschwitz" -- referred to an ... (Full Article: 803 Words)

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