STUTTGART ARMY AIRFIELD, Germany — Survivor of seven Nazi concentration and labor camps Benjamin Gelhorn, right, makes good on a promise he made years ago to fellow prisoners by giving the Kaddi

STUTTGART ARMY AIRFIELD, Germany — Survivor of seven Nazi concentration and labor camps Benjamin Gelhorn, right, makes good on a promise he made years ago to fellow prisoners by giving the Kaddish closing prayer at the Holocaust mass grave here April 15 as State Rabbi Nethanael Wurmser of the Israelite Religious Community of Württemberg, looks on.  More then 200 mourners attended the placement of gravestones ceremony for 34 Jewish forced laborers whose remains were found here in September 2005. (Department of Defense photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. Devin L. Fisher) Dowload higest-resolution version(700 by 470 pixels)

STUTTGART ARMY AIRFIELD, Germany — Survivor of seven Nazi concentration and labor camps Benjamin Gelhorn, right, makes good on a promise he made years ago to fellow prisoners by giving the Kaddish closing prayer at the Holocaust mass grave here April 15 as State Rabbi Nethanael Wurmser of the Israelite Religious Community of Württemberg, looks on. More then 200 mourners attended the placement of gravestones ceremony for 34 Jewish forced laborers whose remains were found here in September 2005. (Department of Defense photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. Devin L. Fisher)

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