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Lesley University to screen Holocaust documentary

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Lesley University will be screening a new Holocaust documentary about the liberation of the first concentration camp that the Allies found. The film’s maker, Matthew Nash, is a Lesley professor who started his project after finding 16 photographs that his late grandfather kept after serving as a soldier in World War II. Admission is free to the screening of ‘‘16 Photographs at Ohrdruf’’ at 6 p.m. Thursday at the school’s Marran Theatre in Cambridge.

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