Monday, April 28, 2003

Holocaust remembered



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Werner Koppel, a board member of the Jewish Community Relations Council, lights memorial candles during the Northern Kentucky Interfaith Commission's 9th annual Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony at Trinity Church in Covington Sunday

The Cincinnati Enquirer/STEVEN M. HERPPICH

RECENT REPORT:
Holocaust tales of survival
For close to 20 years, Roma Kaltman has told her story of surviving the Holocaust. But it wasn't until last summer that Sandy Kaltman began to intimately learn the details of her mother's life. The two have compiled a traveling exhibit called "Her Story Must Be Told: Women's Voices from the Holocaust."
Read the Holocaust stories of 15 Cincinnati women




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