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'Partisans' sculpture is given a new home

September 2, 2006

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BOSTON The MBTA announced yesterday that a controversial sculpture that was removed from Boston Common this year will be installed in South Boston on Wednesday. The ``Partisans" sculpture, which commemorates the Polish partisan fighters who battled the Nazis and the communists during World War II, will be unveiled at the agency's World Trade Center Station on the South Boston Waterfront ... (Full article: 722 words)

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