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Boston: New England Holocaust Memorial
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The New England Holocaust Memorial, created by Stanley Saitowtiz, was built to foster memory of and reflection on one of the great tragedies of our time, the Holocaust (Shoah). The effort was begun by a group of survivors of Nazi concentration camps who have discovered new properties and new lives in the Boston area. Devoted in October, 1995, over 3000 people and organizations from across the community joined in sponsoring the project.

The Memorial, positioned near Faneuil Hall along the Freedom Trail, functions six luminous glass towers, every single 54 feet higher. On the wall of every single chamber is inscribed a single of the names of the six primary Nazi death camps: Majdanek, Chelmno, Sobibor, Treblinka, Belzec, and Auschwitz-Birkenau. At the bottom of the pits, smoldering coals illuminate the names of the camps, and light the towers. They are set on a black granite path, every one particular more than a dark chamber which carries the name of 1 of the principal Nazi death camps. Smoke rises from charred embers at the bottom of these chambers. Six million numbers are etched in glass in an orderly pattern, suggesting the infamous tattooed numbers and ghostly ledgers of the Nazi bureaucracy. Evocative and wealthy in metaphor, the six towers recall the six main death camps, the six million Jews who died, or a menorah of memorial candles.

Boston: New England Holocaust Memorial
In Memory Of Tattoos

Image by wallyg
The New England Holocaust Memorial, developed by Stanley Saitowtiz, was constructed to foster memory of and reflection on one particular of the excellent tragedies of our time, the Holocaust (Shoah). The effort was begun by a group of survivors of Nazi concentration camps who have located new properties and new lives in the Boston area. Dedicated in October, 1995, more than 3000 people and organizations from across the neighborhood joined in sponsoring the project.

The Memorial, located close to Faneuil Hall along the Freedom Trail, characteristics six luminous glass towers, every single 54 feet high. On the wall of every single chamber is inscribed 1 of the names of the six primary Nazi death camps: Majdanek, Chelmno, Sobibor, Treblinka, Belzec, and Auschwitz-Birkenau. At the bottom of the pits, smoldering coals illuminate the names of the camps, and light the towers. They are set on a black granite path, every one more than a dark chamber which carries the name of a single of the principal Nazi death camps. Smoke rises from charred embers at the bottom of these chambers. Six million numbers are etched in glass in an orderly pattern, suggesting the infamous tattooed numbers and ghostly ledgers of the Nazi bureaucracy. Evocative and wealthy in metaphor, the six towers recall the six primary death camps, the six million Jews who died, or a menorah of memorial candles.