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For Dutch property owners, Holocaust commemoration begins at home

For Dutch property owners, Holocaust commemoration begins at home

Each year, dozens of homeowners in the Netherlands open their homes to thousands of visitors eager to see where Jewish compatriots murdered in the Holocaust used to live.

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