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Remembering those who died under Nazi Germany through memorial cobblestones

Remembering those who died under Nazi Germany through memorial cobblestones
 
Stone memorial in Berlin Rfi / Emmanuelle Chaze

After World War two, Germany has tried to atone for the crimes of the past and ensure that the atrocities which took place under the Nazi regime would never happen again. One form of remembrance of the past has been through memorial cobblestones. Yet for the first time since the end of the war, a far-right party is once again sitting in the German parliament. One head of the AfD party has suggested to have these memoirs removed. But German citizens stand by those particular stones as correspondent Emmanuelle Chaze reports from Berlin.


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