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Leslie Maitland writes about German artist Gunter Demnig and his remarkable project:  placing so-called Stolpersteine, or “stumbling stones,” outside the homes where Jews had lived before the Holocaust so that current residents and passersby would be confronted on a daily basis with stark reminders of Hitler’s victims.

Leslie Maitland writes about German artist Gunter Demnig and his remarkable project: placing so-called Stolpersteine, or “stumbling stones,” outside the homes where Jews had lived before the Holocaust so that current residents and passersby would be confronted on a daily basis with stark reminders of Hitler’s victims.

A rose on the tracks at the train station Grunewald from where the Jews of Berlin were sent to Auschwitz, on Holocaust remembrance day in Berlin, Germany.

A rose on the tracks at the train station Grunewald from where the Jews of Berlin were sent to Auschwitz, on Holocaust remembrance day in Berlin, Germany.

Do you remember me? Another photo of a nameless child from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's "Remember Me?" project. Lost but not forgotten.

Do you remember me? Another photo of a nameless child from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's "Remember Me?" project. Lost but not forgotten.

Sonny Abramson, a real estate developer in the Washington DC area, was one of the people who made the United Stated Holocaust Memorial Museum come to fruition. He was a driving force behind the design and construction of the museum. He died on March 6, 2012 at the age of 94. RIP Mr. Abramson and thank you.

Sonny Abramson, a real estate developer in the Washington DC area, was one of the people who made the United Stated Holocaust Memorial Museum come to fruition. He was a driving force behind the design and construction of the museum. He died on March 6, 2012 at the age of 94. RIP Mr. Abramson and thank you.

Do you know me? This baby girl is part of the "Remember Me Project" being conducted by the United States Holocaust Memorial  Museum to discover the story behind and what became of the children in the photographs they have gathered.

Do you know me? This baby girl is part of the "Remember Me Project" being conducted by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to discover the story behind and what became of the children in the photographs they have gathered.

German Soldier Fleeing East Berlin, right before the installment of the Berlin Wall

German Soldier Fleeing East Berlin, right before the installment of the Berlin Wall

Louis Marshall (1856-1929) should be a well-known name to Jewish Americans but he is not. #Biography

Louis Marshall (1856-1929) should be a well-known name to Jewish Americans but he is not. #Biography

Stolperstein: Gunter Demnig's Cobblestone Memorials | wonderful tribute to Holocaust victims in situ.

Stolperstein: Gunter Demnig's Cobblestone Memorials | wonderful tribute to Holocaust victims in situ.

Stars of David: Jews on TV

Stars of David: Jews on TV

Possibly the weirdest book Rebecca Miller has ever read: Edouard de Pomiane's ethnographic book about Polish Jewish culture and cooking "The Jews of Poland: Recollections and Recipes," published in 1928

Possibly the weirdest book Rebecca Miller has ever read: Edouard de Pomiane's ethnographic book about Polish Jewish culture and cooking "The Jews of Poland: Recollections and Recipes," published in 1928

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