Germany: 75,000th ‘Stolperstein’ for Holocaust victims laid
31 December 2019 | 6:12 am
The small brass "stumbling blocks" are familiar to anyone who has walked the streets of Germany. Each one commemorates a victim of the Nazi regime, and now the 75,000th stone has been laid in a small Bavarian town.
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