The National Monument to the Jewish Martyrs of Belgium is located in Brussels. Unveiled in 1970, this is a place of remembrance for those who have no grave. The names of 23,838 of the murdered are etched into the memorial's walls. The monument also serves as a reminder of those who risked their lives to rescue approximately 20,000 Jews in Belgium.
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A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
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