Jay Bushinsky

Opening of Archive Slower Than Expected

By Jay Bushinsky

BAD AROLSEN, Germany – Behind the stone walls of a rectangular building in this picturesque town, which is famous for its baroque architecture, sits the world’s biggest archive of documents, photographs, maps and correspondence pertaining to the Nazi Holocaust.The entrance is emblazoned with a modest red cross. Inside these former SS barracksRead More

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