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Social media and the transmission of Holocaust memory

By France24
28 January 2020   |   1:46 pm
As the Holocaust is remembered 75 years after the horrors of Nazi death camps, how can the intergenerational transmission of memory be secured? Could social media play a role? We take a look at some examples.

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