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    The exhibition was opened by the Minister of Culture Yevhen Nishchuk and Director of the Institute of National Memory Volodymyr Vyatrovich
    The exhibition was opened by the Minister of Culture Yevhen Nishchuk and Director of the Institute of National Memory Volodymyr Vyatrovich
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    The exhibition tells about the fate of 30 people who were behind bars of 11 concentration camps
    The exhibition tells about the fate of 30 people who were behind bars of 11 concentration camps
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    The Minister of Culture noted that it is important to preserve as much memories as possible about the crimes of the Nazis and pass it on to future generations.
    The Minister of Culture noted that it is important to preserve as much memories as possible about the crimes of the Nazis and pass it on to future generations.
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    Anastasia Guley is a former prisoner of Auschwitz
    Anastasia Guley is a former prisoner of Auschwitz
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    Director of the Institute of National Memory Volodymyr Vyatrovich emphasized that such events will help to strengthen the national self-awareness of Ukrainians
    Director of the Institute of National Memory Volodymyr Vyatrovich emphasized that such events will help to strengthen the national self-awareness of Ukrainians
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    The exhibition tells not only about the Ukrainians who were taken to concentration camps, but also about the Ostarbeiters who were taken to forced labor
    The exhibition tells not only about the Ukrainians who were taken to concentration camps, but also about the Ostarbeiters who were taken to forced labor
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    According to the organizers, the event will help Ukrainians to understand what fate was being prepared for them by the Third Reich
    According to the organizers, the event will help Ukrainians to understand what fate was being prepared for them by the Third Reich
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    Also, the exhibition tells about the difficult fate of women who managed to survive in German captivity
    Also, the exhibition tells about the difficult fate of women who managed to survive in German captivity
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