Germany’s new government is developing a new plan for the country’s national Holocaust memorial, according to the German news magazine Der Spiegel. The plan being developed by an adviser to Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder would reportedly include educational exhibits. The most recent proposal for the memorial, which has been under consideration for a decade, called for a football-sized design without any exhibits.
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