An exhibit on the Holocaust is opening in Berlin. The exhibit at the German Historical Museum uses diaries, films, propaganda flyers and artifacts to tell the story of the Nazi genocide against the Jews. “The Nazi Genocide and the Motifs of its Remembrance” also explores Germany’s postwar attempts to deal with the Holocaust. The exhibit will be on view through April 9.
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