German Chemical Firm Accepts Museum's Rebuff The German chemical firm Degussa says it accepts the decision of a Holocaust memorial commission in Germany not to allow its anti-graffiti product to be used on the memorial. Degussa made cyanide gas used to kill Jews and others in Nazi camps during World War II. NPR's Emily Harris reports.
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German Chemical Firm Accepts Museum's Rebuff

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German Chemical Firm Accepts Museum's Rebuff

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German Chemical Firm Accepts Museum's Rebuff

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The German chemical firm Degussa says it accepts the decision of a Holocaust memorial commission in Germany not to allow its anti-graffiti product to be used on the memorial. Degussa made cyanide gas used to kill Jews and others in Nazi camps during World War II. NPR's Emily Harris reports.