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In this Tuesday, April 18, 2017 photo, Jewish World War II veterans Chaim Erez, left, Zvi Kan-Tor, center, and Yitzhak Arad stand during an interview with The Associated Press inside the unfinished museum honoring Jewish World War II veterans, in Latrun, Israel. Two years after Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to complete the establishment of a museum honoring Jewish World War II veterans, funds have dried up and an abandoned construction site is all that remains of the project. The story of the 1.5 million Jews who fought the Nazis -- and the 250,000 who died in battle -- has long been lost in Israel amid the larger tragedy of the Holocaust. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

In this Tuesday, April 18, 2017 photo, Jewish World War II veterans Chaim Erez, left, Zvi Kan-Tor, center, and Yitzhak Arad stand during an interview with The Associated Press inside the unfinished museum honoring Jewish World War II veterans, in Latrun, Israel. Two years after Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to complete the establishment of a museum honoring Jewish World War II veterans, funds have dried up and an abandoned construction site is all that remains of the project. The story of the 1.5 million Jews who fought the Nazis -- and the 250,000 who died in battle -- has long been lost in Israel amid the larger tragedy of the Holocaust. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

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