Philly recruits tour holocaust museum
By Andrew Maykuth
WASHINGTON — For the 100 Philadelphia police recruits who toured the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum yesterday, the exhibits were numbing and unsettling:
Photographs of starving concentration camp prisoners. Thousands of heaped shoes from death camp victims. And throughout the museum, the nagging photographic evidence of the complicity of German police officers, which enabled the Nazis to perpetrate one of history's worst atrocities.
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