In first, Israel loans Holocaust survivors’ heirlooms to Germany in remembrance drive

Director of Yad Vashem, which lent out the items for exhibition, calls for fresh ways to connect with younger generations as survivors die out

An 80-year-old blonde baby doll belonging to a Holocaust survivor on display during the opening of an exhibition of 16 objects lent from Yad Vashem on display at the Paul-Loebe-Haus parliamentary building in Berlin, January 24, 2023. (Julien GATHELIER / AFP)
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