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Daniel Heithorn Feb 27
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Ulrich Eumann May 5
I have added the laid in april in Madrid and Moralzarzal to the overview on Spanish Stolpersteine in Wikipedia
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Taking Action 4 US Dec 11
Italy under . 20 snatched in Rome's city center, remembering the Di Consiglio family. The youngest member of the family was 18 months old. h/t This makes me wonder if ’s “How Fascism Works “ has been translated into Italian
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Kübra Apr 23
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Aitor Montes Lasarte Apr 24
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Alícia Hernàndez Apr 25
About to present my paper about Manresa’s at . Break a leg, self!
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Ulrich Eumann Apr 30
It was a great pleasure and honour for me to be part of the layings of the first in . Hopefully soon there will be more!
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Robert Lepenies Apr 6
(🇩🇪: Stumbling stones)- in front of the sidewalk of many 🇩🇪 buildings, you find the names & dates of former residents who were killed, deported or fled during the holocaust. Berlin street signs show Nazi decrees (here: banning Jews from being judges or lawyers).
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Randy Slepchik Apr 25
A (stumbling block) in Torino, inspired by artist Gunter Hemnig. Stolpersteine are a participated monument to the dead, mostly Jews, that were murdered in Nazi death camps in WWII. This Stolpersteine tells of Carlo Stratta. 1/2
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Matthew Stefanski Mar 17
A in that I pass daily. One of dozens located throughout the city, commemorating victims of the Nazi German regime at their last place of residence. A reminder of the past. // is said to be the world's largest decentralized memorial.
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Carolyn Enger Feb 13
During my travels in , and among all of the wonders, I was sad to come across these . A powerful art project, and needed reminder of the reach of the Holocaust.
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William Yung Mar 9
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eleni apeyitou Jan 29
are outside my house in , on my way 2 work + 2 meetings, on my way 2 meet friends 4 a night out. they r a powerful symbol, a reckoning message, a human connection line 2 the people who perished during the era.
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Katrina Williams Jan 27
. We must not forget. The placed outside the homes of victims help us remember. These to a family deported in 1942-43, but with a twist of courage and hope: the youngest member, hidden by the local community and described simply as “survivor”
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Annabel Cobb Feb 3
More Stolpersteine today these was remember a family who resisted and were in the KPD. Josef managed to get to England.
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Dr Andrea Hammel Feb 21
Opening evening of . Talk by Gunter Demnig but also many critical voices.
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939km Simónir Mar 19
Gave my neighbours a spring clean this morning . . . They look better for it
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Peter 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺🌻 Jan 11
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Fergal Lenehan Feb 27
for the former Jewish residents of Gesandten Strasse 10 . All murdered in Piaski, in 1942.
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Terry Swartzberg Feb 11
What makes the so unique: the ultimate grassroots project of commemoration: the vision of an artist - Gunter Demnig - realized by him, his team and 100,000s of volunteers
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