During World War II, Muslims in Kosovo and Albania saved many Jews from the Nazis in the German-occupied territory. They were following an ancient Albanian code of honor which demands hospitality to strangers - even at the risk of one's life.
Supporters and critics of a Berlin memorial to commemorate Polish victims of World War II debate how to honor those killed by the Nazi regime. Some question if national monuments are the best way to remember the past.
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