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October 21, 2003
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An exhibit that remembers Czech victims of the Holocaust opened in the Jewish Museum in Prague. “Long-Lost Faces” marks the culmination of a two-year project during which the museum asked the public for material that could provide information about the lives and fate of prewar Jewish citizens. More than 500 people gave or lent about 3,000 items, including public notices and bulletins from the period of the Nazi occupation.

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