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On the occasion of this year’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Volkswagen Heritage spoke to two representatives of the Jewish community in Europe. Marian Turski (born in 1926) is a survivor of Auschwitz Concentration Camp and Chairman of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. Dalia Grinfeld is a representative of contemporary Jewish life in Germany. She lives in Berlin and is the Assistant Director European Affairs of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). The interview was conducted by Dieter Landenberger.

Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg: inscription on the memorial stone for the victims of forced labor.
The memorial stone at Südstraße, entrance 2, was officially inaugurated on October 9, 1991 and commemorates forced labor at the Volkswagen plant from 1940 to 1945.

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Dalia Grinfeld

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Marian Turski

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