Germany should build a memorial as well as a museum in Berlin as part of its plans to commemorate Holocaust victims, the secretary-general of the World Jewish Congress said. “A memorial is important to stop us from forgetting the past and its victims,” Israel Singer told a German newspaper. German officials have been calling for a museum rather than a memorial, which has been debated in Germany for more than a decade.
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