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Former President Bill Clinton (right) and Scottie Ooton (second from right), a member of the 84th Infantry Division, which liberated the Hanover-Ahlem Concentration Camp in Germany in World War II, applaud as U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum staff member Rebecca Dupas (left) gets a kiss from Elie Wiesel, founding chairman of the museum. He and Mr. Ooton were presented with commemoration pins during the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's 20th-anniversary commemoration and national tribute to Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans in Washington on Monday, April 29, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Former President Bill Clinton (right) and Scottie Ooton (second from right), a member of the 84th Infantry Division, which liberated the Hanover-Ahlem Concentration Camp in Germany in World War II, applaud as U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum staff member Rebecca Dupas (left) gets a kiss from Elie Wiesel, founding chairman of the museum. He and Mr. Ooton were presented with commemoration pins during the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's 20th-anniversary commemoration and national tribute to Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans in Washington on Monday, April 29, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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