Thieves Strike War Memorials

July 2008
Military History;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p9
The article reports that thieves have desecrated war memorials. In one of the worst instances, Czechoslovakian thieves pried bronze plaques bearing the names of Holocaust victims from markers at the site of the former Theresienstadt concentration camp. Damages came to $60,000. Memorial officials will replace the bronze plaques with new ones made of resin.


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