Nazis' disabled victims honoured
The one million disabled people who were persecuted, sterilised or killed by Nazi Germany are to be commemorated in the UK's first such memorial.
Several survivors are expected to attend Sunday's event at the Holocaust Centre in Newark, Nottinghamshire.
A rose and plaque will be dedicated in the centre's rose garden to the memory of the murdered disabled people.
The centre's Stephen Smith said there had been "little recognition" of the persecution the disabled suffered.
Up to 270,000 disabled people died in the Holocaust. Six major killing centres for the disabled were set up around Germany.
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Crossposted at Disabled Americans for Democracy