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The main installation of the memorial is a long, narrow corridor lined with small stones of quartz crystal. Each stone represents one of the 200,000 individuals deported from France to German concentration camps during World War II: Kristin Parker © 2005
Christopher R. Browning, "One Day in Jósefów: Initiation to Mass Murder" from 'Lessons and Legacies III: The Meaning of the Holocaust in a Changing World', edited by Peter Hayes, pp 169-83, Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1991.
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