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MTSU Holocaust Studies Conference remembers atrocities Oct. 21-23
MTSU Holocaust Studies Conference remembers atrocities Oct. 21-23

Scholars from around the world are expected to attend this examination of the systematic murder of millions of Jews and other non-Aryans, the disabled, homosexuals and others by Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime in pursuit of a "master race" in the 1930s and 1940s.

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Holocaust survivor, Watergate journalist Harry Rosenfeld to speak at MTSU Oct. 8
Holocaust survivor, Watergate journalist Harry Rosenfeld to speak at MTSU Oct. 8

From the war-torn streets of Berlin to the monument-lined streets of Washington, D.C., Harry Rosenfeld has been an eyewitness to history.

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For the second time, a South Church Street business has been vandalized
For the second time, a South Church Street business has been vandalized

For a second time in just a few days, the outside back wall of Olympus Fitness Center on South Church Street has been vandalized. Who did it?

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Upside down cross, letter's "SS" and the numbers "666" found on back of Murfreesboro business

New pictures added: In addition to the "SS" symbols found in both red and black, an upside down cross and the numbers "666" were also located on the back of the business wall.

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Holocaust survivor spoke to school students on Thursday in Murfreesboro
Holocaust survivor spoke to school students on Thursday in Murfreesboro

Holocaust survivor Albert Garih spoke to students at MTCS on Thursday morning about his escape from Nazi Germany during the Holocaust.

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MTCS to Host Holocaust Survivor Albert Garih - Hear our past interview with Holocaust Survivor Agi Geva

Middle Tennessee Christian School has scheduled its 8th annual Living Legacy Day for March 27, 2014 to be held in the MTCS Varsity Gymnasium.  The event was established to honor the men and women who serve in the armed forces. You can HEAR last year's interview with Holocaust Survivor Agi Geva here...

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