Dr. Yitzhak Arad, chairman of the Yad Vashem Memorial Institute, and Tzvi Schner, director of the Ghetto Fighters Kibbutz Holocaust Museum, said they were warmly welcomed in Poland where they had attended meetings dealing with the erection of a pavilion in memory of the Holocaust at the former Auschwitz death camp. The two Israelis, who returned here this week, said the meetings included discussions on ways and means of exchanging information and date on the Holocaust. They said they were asked to provide documents and help generally in setting up the pavilion.
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