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The Topaz Museum removed a rediscovered memorial to a man shot and killed there by a guard in 1943. They unearthed it with a forklift — without archaeologists on hand and without informing former prisoners and their descendants. Some of the former prisoners recently returned to the camp to honor the man who died.
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