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Israel Inaugurates First Memorial to Gay Holocaust Victims in Tel Aviv

By Haaretz/Ofer Aderet

Israel Inaugurates First Memorial to Gay Holocaust Victims in Tel Aviv
History was made on Tuesday with the inauguration of Israel’s first memorial to victims persecuted by the Nazis for their sexual orientation — Jews and non-Jews alike.Read More


German Police Discover 1,500 Masterpieces Seized by Nazis in Munich Apartment

By Haaretz/Ofer Aderet

German Police Discover 1,500 Masterpieces Seized by Nazis in Munich Apartment
Works by several of the greatest artists of the modern age have been held at a secret location near Munich for the past two years, after having been discovered in a raid by the German authorities on the apartment of an elderly man accused of tax fraud.Read More


Archeologists Unearth Escape Tunnel at Death Camp in Poland

By Haaretz/ Ofer Aderet

Archeologists Unearth Escape Tunnel at Death Camp in Poland
Archeologists lead by an Israeli researcher have unearthed a hidden escape route out of Sobibor death camp in Poland where a quart of a million Jews perished.Read More






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