Tel Aviv Unveils Memorial for Gay Shoah Victims

January 2014
Israel Faxx;1/13/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 13W, p4
The article reports on a memorial unveiled by Israel's cultural and financial capital Tel Aviv honoring gays and lesbians persecuted by the Nazis. It is reported that the memorial is the first recognition in the country for non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust. It is mentioned that the memorial is a concrete, triangle-shaped plaque that shows the plight of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people under German dictator Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.


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