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Holocaust lessons stated anew

Services emphasize preserving memory

People strolled through the New England Holocaust Memorial after services at Faneuil Hall. People strolled through the New England Holocaust Memorial after services at Faneuil Hall. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By James F. Smith
Globe Staff / April 12, 2010

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With paper butterflies, street theater, and six blasts from a ram’s horn, Bostonians yesterday remembered the Nazi Holocaust and the 6 million Jewish lives it claimed. (Full article: 807 words)

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