It’s not so unusual to casually surf websites like Facebook and MySpace and find random photos of yourself on other people’s profiles. But when it’s not a social networking site, but a Holocaust exhibit, it’s a little different.
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That’s how she explained the smile on her face in a photograph of herself some 65 years ago, just after she was selected for labor at Auschwitz. And that is probably why she snickered on a recent afternoon, as she pointed herself out in that same photograph, now hanging on the wall of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, a beneficiary of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. more.
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