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Sanitation workers, or “fecal workers,” in Lodz push a septic tank. (Courtesy Henryk Ross/MFA Boston)
Sanitation workers, or “fecal workers,” in Lodz push a septic tank. (Courtesy Henryk Ross/MFA Boston)
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An exhibit opens this week at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts that tells the story of human tragedy and human survival, and how one man defied the Nazis to preserve a record of both.

The exhibit, "Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross," opens Saturday.

Henryk Ross digs up his hidden box of photos and negatives in 1945. (Courtesy MFA Boston)
Henryk Ross digs up his hidden box of photos and negatives in 1945. (Courtesy MFA Boston)

This segment aired on March 21, 2017.

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