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Budapest is home to one of the largest and most dynamic Jewish communities in Central Europe.
“She told me six million Jews were murdered and that men like him were brave and selfless.”
90,000 brass memorial plaques around the world commemorate victims of the Holocaust who, in most cases, do not have the dignity of graves.
Claire Grunwald, a 89-year-old survivor from Hungary, wants everyone to know that the Holocaust started step-by-step.

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