Holocaust survivors, from left, Otto Delikat, Ilse Fischbach, Dottie Goldsmith and Helen Wakshlag get assistance in lighting six candles (one for each million who perished) from Rabbi Yossi Harlig at The Palace Coral Gables, a senior retirement community during a Holocaust commemorative program on Thursday, April 16, 2015.
Holocaust survivors, from left, Otto Delikat, Ilse Fischbach, Dottie Goldsmith and Helen Wakshlag get assistance in lighting six candles (one for each million who perished) from Rabbi Yossi Harlig at The Palace Coral Gables, a senior retirement community during a Holocaust commemorative program on Thursday, April 16, 2015. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald Staff
Holocaust survivors, from left, Otto Delikat, Ilse Fischbach, Dottie Goldsmith and Helen Wakshlag get assistance in lighting six candles (one for each million who perished) from Rabbi Yossi Harlig at The Palace Coral Gables, a senior retirement community during a Holocaust commemorative program on Thursday, April 16, 2015. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald Staff

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