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Merkel sieht in Auschwitz-Gedenken 'festen Teil unserer nationalen Identität'
06.12.19

Merkel sieht in Auschwitz-Gedenken 'festen Teil unserer nationalen Identität'

Bei ihrem Besuch im früheren NS-Vernichtungslager Auschwitz-Birkenau hat Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) das Erinnern an die dortigen Verbrechen als Teil der deutschen Identität bezeichnet. 'An die Verbrechen zu erinnern, die Täter zu nennen

SHOTLIST AUSCHWITZ, POLEN6. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV1. Schwenk von rechts nach links German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives at German Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz2. Halbnahe German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki walk under the 'Arbeit macht frei' inscription3. Totale German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki arrive at the 'Death Wall'4. Halbnahe German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives at the 'Death Wall'5. Nah German Chancellor Angela Merkel walks towards the wreath by the 'Death Wall'6. O-TON 1 - Angela Merkel, German Chancellor (Frau, German, 22 Sek.): 'It is important to clearly name the perpetrators, we Germans owe that to the victims and to ourselves. To remember the criminals, to name the perpetrators and to keep the victims in a dignified memory, that is a responsibility that does not end. It is not negotiable. And it belongs inseparably to our country. And to be aware of this responsibility is part of our national identity.'7. Nah German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki walk under the 'Arbeit macht frei' inscription8. Totale German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki walk towards the 'Arbeit macht frei' inscription9. Totale German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki pay tribute to victims at 'Death Wall'10. Herauszoomen German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki walk away from the 'Death Wall'11. Herauszoomen German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki walk away from the 'Death Wall'

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