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Calgary, Canada, May 6, 1996

JERUSALEM | Associated Press

Museum under attack

ISRAEL's national Holocaust museum is under attack from some death camp survivors for charging a fee for individual memorials to those who perished.

For between $500 and $1,500, the Yad Vashem museum will inscribe memorial stones with the names of victims of the Nazi genocide. The amount depends on the size of the stone.

"This is enraging," said Daniel Chanoch, 63, who survived the Auschwitz and Dachau death camps.

"Those who have no money will not be memorialized. It is just like in the ghettos: Those who had no money were the first ones sent to the gas chambers."


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