On the New England Jewish Holocaust Monument, there is a classic poem about neglecting the rights of groups that have nothing to do with themselves. When their rights are violated, no one can save them. There is no name, but each sentence begins with "when they first came.".
The Holocaust Monument in New England commemorates the Holocaust of the Jews who were slaughtered in World War II. It is one of the heaviest and most important places on the road to freedom. When you come here, you must pay tribute to the Holocaust. It is a cruel sight.
It's a sad corner in Boston, mainly in memory of the 6 million people who were slaughtered. Each pillar represents a concentration camp, under which some gas slowly spews out. If you don't look at the text above, you may not know what it means. It's a free access zone. It was destroyed in 2017. The six pillars stand quietly beside the road, where the road of freedom will pass.
What's the concept of six million? There's a magic pulling me just by the number of massacres. It's terrible just to imagine how they killed in glass buildings. It's hard to imagine that kind of psychological torture and physical pain. It's worth seeing. You'll find that there's a feeling of experiencing the situation just by looking at it!
New England Holocaust Monument, the pain of war is really great, I hope world peace, come here to make people feel very sad, have time to visit.
The Nazi Holocaust Monument is a very old and huge monument, there are many monuments, many monuments are very representative.