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A B-25 Mitchell bomber crashed into the Empire State Building on the foggy morning of July 28, 1945. New York Times photographer Ernie Sisto had two of his friends hold his belt while he dangled off the side of the building to take this photograph of the remains of the plane still smashed into the outer wall.

A B-25 Mitchell bomber crashed into the Empire State Building on the foggy morning of July 28, 1945. New York Times photographer Ernie Sisto had two of his friends hold his belt while he dangled off the side of the building to take this photograph of the remains of the plane still smashed into the outer wall.

Crowds on Wall Street celebrating the end of World War I, New York City, 1918.

Crowds on Wall Street celebrating the end of World War I, New York City, 1918.

Gives me chills -- At Auschwitz, Livia Ravek was branded with the number 4559. Now her grandson, Daniel Philosoph has honored her by getting the same tattoo. We are moving from lived memory to historical memory, noted Michael Berenbaum, a professor at American Jewish University in LA, Were at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen, in-your-face way of bridging it.

Gives me chills -- At Auschwitz, Livia Ravek was branded with the number 4559. Now her grandson, Daniel Philosoph has honored her by getting the same tattoo. We are moving from lived memory to historical memory, noted Michael Berenbaum, a professor at American Jewish University in LA, Were at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen, in-your-face way of bridging it.

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