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Merkel: Erinnerung an die Shoah wachhalten
21.01.20

Merkel: Erinnerung an die Shoah wachhalten

Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel hat bei der Eröffnung einer Ausstellung mit Portraits von Holocaust-Überlebenden die deutsche Verantwortung betont, die Erinnerung an das 'Menschheitsverbrechen der Shoah' wachzuhalten.

SHOTLIST ESSEN, NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN, DEUTSCHLAND21. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Schwenk von rechts nach links Angela Merkel visits the exhibition 'Survivors'2. Halbnahe Angela Merkel takes part to a photo shoot during her visit of the exhibition 'Survivors'3. Halbnahe Portraits shown at the exhibition 'Survivors'4. Totale portraits shown at the exhibition 'Survivors'5. O-TON 1 - Angela Merkel, German Chancellor (Frau, German, 12 Sek.): 'I am, to each and every person who is represented here (in the pictures), and to all the survivors who have the energy to carry on the remembrance, infinitely grateful.'6. O-TON 2 - Angela Merkel, German Chancellor (Frau, German, 13 Sek.): 'Yes, every testimony that we hear, every remembrance that we read, every picture that we see, every memorial that we visit, makes us aware of our responsibility to keep alive the memory of the crimes against humanity committed by Germany during the Holocaust.'7. O-TON 3 - Angela Merkel, German Chancellor (Frau, German, 17 Sek.): 'We unfortunately have reasons today to call to mind this responsibility. And not only because of the attack in Halle. We face racism and anti-Semitism, we face hate and violence in our country'

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