‘Park of Life’ honors 190 Holocaust survivors who made a home in Costa Rica
A Look Back
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A Look Back
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‘Park of Life’ honors 190 Holocaust survivors who made a home in Costa Rica

Amanda Zúñiga - September 3, 2015

See also: 'I'm so in love with Costa Rica - a Holocaust survivor's extraordinary story' To celebrate a decade of operations in Pavas, in western San José,…

The story of Costa Rica’s forgotten World War II internment camp
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Latin America
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The story of Costa Rica’s forgotten World War II internment camp

Zach Dyer - December 15, 2014

In downtown San José, just west of the Cementerio de Obreros, sits a forgettable lot of urban real estate where the municipality and the Public Works and…

Werner Franz, last of Hindenburg crew, dies at 92
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Global
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Werner Franz, last of Hindenburg crew, dies at 92

Matt Schudel | The Washington Post - August 31, 2014

In 1936 and 1937, young Werner Franz worked as a cabin boy on the Hindenburg, the largest, fastest and sleekest mode of transportation the world had seen…

The first world war was not the last one
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Global
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The first world war was not the last one

Marylou Tousignant | Special to The Washington Post - August 4, 2014

The countries that fought in World War I split into two camps. Russia, France, Belgium and the United Kingdom (Great Britain and Ireland) were among those that…

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