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NTV Houston attends Yom HaShoah

By: Paige Hubbard 

The first Holocaust Remembrance Day took place in Israel on December 28th, 1949. In 1951 the first German official commemoration was held to remember the 6 million Jews that lost their lives during the Holocaust and all those who perished as a result of the actions carried out by Nazi Germany.

This past weekend NTV Houston attended a Yom HaShoah ceremony in to honor the survivors as well as all who are no longer with us.

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