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Bavarian Cabinet Votes Large Sum for Erection of Monument at Dachau

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The Bavarian Cabinet decided today to provide 8,600,000 marks ($2,150,000) for erection of a monument on the site of the Dachau concentration camp. The Cabinet also decided that Bavaria should take over immediately the management and administration of the Museum of the camp.

It was also announced that the International Dachau Committee of Former Inmates had decided to build a memorial at the site where inmates were forced to line up each morning for roll call. The Committee welcomed the decisions of the Bavarian Cabinet on the monument.

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