Israeli Museum to Open Israel's New Holocaust History Museum is part of Yad Vashem, the 45-acre complex on Jerusalem's Mount of Rememberance. The museum relies on accounts of some 90 victims to recount the story of how 6 million perished at the hands of Hitler and the Nazis.
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Israelis Set to Dedicate Holocaust Museum

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Israelis Set to Dedicate Holocaust Museum

Israelis Set to Dedicate Holocaust Museum

Israelis Set to Dedicate Holocaust Museum

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Israel's New Holocaust History Museum is part of Yad Vashem, the 45-acre complex on Jerusalem's Mount of Rememberance. The museum relies on accounts of some 90 victims to recount the story of how 6 million perished at the hands of Hitler and the Nazis.

The Yad Vashem complex also includes the Memorial to the Jewish Soldiers and Partisans, dedicated to those who fought the Nazis. Yad Vashem hide caption

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