Survivors keep Holocaust memory in France alive

A new exhibition has opened at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Paris, paying homage to survivors and to witnesses.

The curator, writer Léa Veinstein, said: “This is especially important this year, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the camps in 1945, because soon there will be no eyewitnesses left.

“We need to explore how to transmit the message, the memory of what happened.”

The La Voix des Témoins exhibition focuses on the voices of survivors, recounting their experiences in recordings and videos, as well as in their writings and achievements ...

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