(dpa) - Wolfgang Thierse, the President of the German Bundestag and the Chairman of the curatorship of the foundation of the Holocaust Memorial, speaks in front of an election poster of the SPD party showing a mushroom cloud of an atomic explosion, in Berlin, 13 November 2003. Thierse said that work on Germany's Holocaust memorial will resume despite deep controversy over the role

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(dpa) - Wolfgang Thierse, the President of the German Bundestag and the Chairman of the curatorship of the foundation of the Holocaust Memorial, speaks in front of an election poster of the SPD party showing a mushroom cloud of an atomic explosion, in Berlin, 13 November 2003. Thierse said that work on Germany's Holocaust memorial will resume despite deep controversy over the role
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(dpa) - Wolfgang Thierse, the President of the German Bundestag and the Chairman of the curatorship of the foundation of the Holocaust Memorial, speaks in front of an election poster of the SPD party showing a mushroom cloud of an atomic explosion, in Berlin, 13 November 2003. Thierse said that work on Germany's Holocaust memorial will resume despite deep controversy over the role of a company which produced gas used in Nazi gas chambers. The scandal is over Degussa AG, which is to provide anti-graffiti protection for the Berlin memorial comprised of 2,700 concrete pillars which are also partly made by a Degussa firm. Some committee members had demanded Degussa be barred from the project because a subsidiary called Degesch produced Zyklon B used at Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps.

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