In this June 12, 2009, photo, people stand in line to enter the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The U.S. museum is requesting that smartphone users refrain from ‘catching’ Pokemon when they are inside the museum. Museum Communications Director Andrew Hollinger tells The Washington Post that officials are trying to reach game developers to get the museum removed as a prominent location in the popular ‘Pokemon Go’ smartphone game.
In this June 12, 2009, photo, people stand in line to enter the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The U.S. museum is requesting that smartphone users refrain from ‘catching’ Pokemon when they are inside the museum. Museum Communications Director Andrew Hollinger tells The Washington Post that officials are trying to reach game developers to get the museum removed as a prominent location in the popular ‘Pokemon Go’ smartphone game. Alex Brandon The Associated Press file
In this June 12, 2009, photo, people stand in line to enter the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The U.S. museum is requesting that smartphone users refrain from ‘catching’ Pokemon when they are inside the museum. Museum Communications Director Andrew Hollinger tells The Washington Post that officials are trying to reach game developers to get the museum removed as a prominent location in the popular ‘Pokemon Go’ smartphone game. Alex Brandon The Associated Press file

People should not play Pokemon at Auschwitz

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