Nazi Monuments by the Forward

WATCH NOW: February 10: Why are there so many monuments to Nazis?

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A Forward investigation found that there are more than 300 statues and memorials honoring Holocaust perpetrators around the world, including many in the United States. Like Confederate statues erected after the Civil War, these monuments rewrite history and inspire new generations of racists and antisemites. Watch a conversation with investigative journalist Lev Golinkin, who broke the Nazi monument story; Lionel Kimble, Vice President of Programs for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History; and Forward National Editor Rob Eshman for a tour of these memorials and a look at their impact.

February 10: Why are there so many monuments to Nazis?

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