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Published on Jan 23, 2014
Six million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust, yet the names of close to 2 million remain anonymous. Since the 1950s, Yad Vashem has worked tirelessly to collect and commemorate the names of men, women and children who were murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators.
Individuals submit handwritten Pages of Testimony in memory of loved ones, researchers painstakingly examine archival materials, and experts use the most advanced technology available to identify name after name to complete this vital task. But the work is not finished. The names of close to 2 million are waiting to be redeemed and time is running out.
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