James Ingo Freed, the architect who designed the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, died Dec. 15 at 75. Freed’s design won acclaim for its ability to evoke the horrors of the Nazi genocide. Freed himself credited the project with helping him get in touch with his Jewish heritage.
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