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Holocaust survivors' recordings played

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

This article was published February 11, 2017 at 1:53 a.m.

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University of Akron multimedia producer Jamie Newell talks about the wire recorder he made from scrounged parts that plays lost songs of concentration camp survivors.

A wire reel of recordings at the University of Akron contains six songs sung by Holocaust survivors.

A book about David Boder’s recordings of concentration camp survivors sits next to one of his wire recorders on display at the University of Akron’s C...

Wire recordings of Holocaust survivors singing melodies at a refugee camp in France in 1946 are being heard for the first time in decades, thanks to university employees in Ohio who pieced together a device to listen to them.

A wire reel of recordings at the University of Akron contains six songs sung by Holocaust survivors.

A book about David Boder’s recordings of concentration camp survivors sits next to one of his wire recorders on display at the University of Akron’s C...

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