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In Germany, singular remembrances

Artist lays down plaques for victims of the Nazis

Artist Gunter Demning has installed more than 10,000 stumble stones. Artist Gunter Demning has installed more than 10,000 stumble stones. (Deutsche Press Agency)
By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / January 13, 2007

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COLOGNE, Germany -- They are called stolpersteine -- stumble stones. They are meant to trip memory. (Full article: 1149 words)

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