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Uncomfortable Memories?

"Transport Number 8: Adolf Schonek, born in Berlin, was just 14 years old when he was deported from his home in French exile on July 20th, 1942. Adolf is just one of the "Jewish Children Deported from France," an exhibition of photographs displayed in railway stations throughout France for over two years".

Photos [as shown on the web site - see below] of Jewish children deported from France to German concentration camps were displayed in French train stations for two years. Now, German rail wants to block the exhibit from reaching stations in Germany.

The rationale for the exhibition in the first place is explained here on DE-World.DE [Deutsche Welle] and obviously is too close to the bone for at least Deutsche Bahn. It will be interesting to see who wins out here.


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