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Artifact Collection Proof of the Holocaust

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Many people are collectors. Stamps, baseball cards, antique furniture, hats, people collect lots of things and for different reasons. The Times of Israel' Matt Lebovic brings us the story of a man who has spent decades collecting artifacts from the Holocaust, for the purpose of showing future generations the truth of this dark chapter in history:

Today the 57-year-old history buff owns at least 10,000 artifacts from the war, in addition to 3,000 items related to the Holocaust specifically. From original Nazi propaganda filmstrips and posters, to parts of uniforms worn by concentration camp inmates and SS officers, his objects chronicle the transition from the Nazis’ early racial laws through the mass murder of Europe’s Jews...

“The artifacts help students understand we are dealing with real people, and this provides a whole new depth to their Holocaust study,” he said...

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