PM: Holocaust survivors bear the torch

Netanyahu awards certificates to survivors who recorded their stories for a new government website.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
April 27, 2011 12:07

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu awarded 13 holocaust survivors a certificate for their contributions to the new government website L’Dorot.

L’Dorot is a website dedicated to preserving the stories of holocaust survivors for the use of future generations.


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