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Mounting Evidence of Genocide

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State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

Strasbourg 67000, France 12 A.M.

Film Screening: “Defying Genocide"

Washington, DC All Day

Film Screening: “Liberation 1945"

Washington, DC All Day
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“Everybody was afraid. They were afraid because anybody could expose them, and that meant death to their families. And to us, of course.”

– Rae Goldfarb, Holocaust survivor and Museum volunteer

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