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Berlin Youth Commemorates Jewish Painter Killed in Nazi Camp

April 21, 1965
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A commemorative plaque in memory of Charlotte Salomon, the Jewish painter murdered in the Auschwitz death camp, was unveiled at the site of the house here, where the was born in 1917.

Dietrich Wenzel, chairman of the West Berlin Youth Organization, which sponsored the event, said that the youth of West Berlin wished to honor, in the commemoration, all victims of the Nazi era. The unveiling was attended by Alfons Grajek, deputy mayor of Berlin-Charlottenburg, and by Dr. Heinz Galinski, chairman of the West Berlin Jewish Community.

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