Death camps may charge entrance fee

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May 31, 2007 09:58
Death camps may charge entrance fee

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Nazi concentration camps may begin to charge entrance fees from visitors in an attempt to help finance the camps' educational services. Pieter Dietz de Loos, president of the International Dachau Committee, told the Times that he believes there is no escaping the need to charge entrance fees. He said that the museum could not meet its obligation to educate the young about the horrors of the Holocaust.

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