People Forget, New Haven Remembers
Special | 22m 38s Video has closed captioning.
World War II ended in 1945, but memorials to Holocaust victims didn't exist in U.S. communities until three decades later. Among the first to be established on public land was Connecticut’s New Haven Holocaust Memorial, planned and built by the city and its residents. Explore the memorial’s evolution and aftermath, and meet four Holocaust survivors who worked to make the memorial a reality.
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