Holocaust survivors, veterans, members of the clergy and students will commemorate the liberation of the Nazi death camps on Monday at the at .
The program will occur during the same week of the liberation of Buchenwald concentration camp in 1945. An interfaith program will be set against American armor similar to what was used to knock down the gates of the camps.
The story of enslavement and liberation told through the Passover holiday coincides with the anniversary of inmates freed from Nazi camps.
An estimated 56,000 prisoners are believed to have died in the brutal conditions that prevailed in the Nazi camp.
The event is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.