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Season 2007 Episode 0125

The Holocaust & the Importance of Museums

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The Holocaust & the Importance of Museums
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Anthony Platt's Bloodlines is the story of how an original copy of the 1935 Nuremberg Laws, signed by Hitler and turned over to General George S. Patton, ended up in the Huntington Library vault and remained there for 55 years. Platt discusses wartime looting, the Holocaust, eugenics, Jewish identity, and the responsibility of museums and cultural centers.moreless
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