Germany honors Jewish soldiers killed in WWI

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November 7, 2010 19:50

 
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Germany — German officials have laid wreaths in honor of the thousands of Jewish soldiers who died for the country in World War I.

According to DAPD news agency, Schmidt told the ceremony that many Jewish citizens served as patriots in World War I and recalling their fate is a duty.

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