• Fort Jackson hosts a Days of Remembrance observance ceremony Tuesday at the SolomonCenter to honor the millions of lives lost and altered during the Holocaust. Autobiographies and historical World War II photographs were on display.

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    Fort Jackson hosts a Days of Remembrance observance ceremony Tuesday at the SolomonCenter to honor the millions of lives lost and altered during the Holocaust. Autobiographies and historical World War II photographs were on display.

  • From left, Brig. Gen. Bryan Roberts, Fort Jackson commanding general, Command Sgt. Major Michael McCoy, commandant of the Drill Sergeant
School, and Dr. Henry B. Miller, guest speaker, light seven candles in honor of the victims of the Holocaust.

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    From left, Brig. Gen. Bryan Roberts, Fort Jackson commanding general, Command Sgt. Major Michael McCoy, commandant of the Drill Sergeant School, and Dr. Henry B. Miller, guest speaker, light seven candles in honor of the victims of the Holocaust.

  • Dr. Henry B. Miller, speaks about his parents, David and Cela Miller, who were detained in concentration camps during the Holocaust and later relocated to Columbia as refugees.

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    Dr. Henry B. Miller, speaks about his parents, David and Cela Miller, who were detained in concentration camps during the Holocaust and later relocated to Columbia as refugees.

FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- Fort Jackson hosted a Days of Remembrance observance ceremony Tuesday at the Solomon Center to honor the millions of lives lost and altered during the Holocaust. Autobiographies and historical World War II photographs were on display.

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