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December 12, 1986 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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There are 6,000,000
important reasons to visit
e Holocaust Memorial Center.

As World War II was ending, as their
War Machine was crumbling, Nazi
Germany sought to erase all evidence
of their war crimes, to bury it with
their victims.
So the world would never know.
But the crimes were too heinous,
involving, as they did, the murder of
6,000,000 Jews. Their atrocities could
not be hidden.
Now, they must not be forgotten.
The world must know.

And so The Holocaust Memorial
Center is more than a museum. More
than a memorial to the dead. It is a
message to the living. Using the
horrific past to safeguard a free, open
Visit The Holocaust Memorial
Center. Become a contributing
member. If you are a Jew, there is no
stronger way to express unity with
those 6,000,000 who perished. Call
(313) 661-0840.

To remember is not enough. We must learn.'

The Holocaust Memorial Center • 6602 W. Maple Rd. • West Bloomfield, MI 48033


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