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US Holocaust Museum, At 20th Anniversary, Contemplates Futurei
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April 30, 2013
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum marked its 20th anniversary on Monday with what may be one of the last large gatherings of Holocaust survivors. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton urged the museum to recommit to preserving the memory of the Nazi genocide after all the survivors are gone. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky was at the ceremony and has this report.

US Holocaust Museum, At 20th Anniversary, Contemplates Future

Published April 30, 2013

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum marked its 20th anniversary on Monday with what may be one of the last large gatherings of Holocaust survivors. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton urged the museum to recommit to preserving the memory of the Nazi genocide after all the survivors are gone. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky was at the ceremony and has this report.


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