Posted Jan 30, 2013By
A new exhibition “Diversity Destroyed” opened on January 30, 2013 at the Topography of Terror museum in Berlin, Germany featuring Berlin Jews and political opponents persecuted, and in many cases murdered or driven to suicide, by the Nazis in 1933. German Chancellor Angela Merkel attended the opening of the special exhibition as well as a memorial at the German lower house of Parliament Bundestagas coinciding with the 80th anniversary of the rise to power by the Nazis with the appointment of Adolf Hitler as Reichskanzler, or Chancellor of the Empire.
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