LATHAM, N.Y. — World War II veterans of the Army’s 42nd Infantry “Rainbow” Division will share their memories of the notorious Concentration Camp Dachau with the public at the New York State Military History Museum at 2 p.m. on the 66th anniversary of the camp’s liberation by division soldiers, April 29. The hour-long commemoration precedes this weekend’s global Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom Hashoah, Sunday, May 1.The two Rainbow Division veterans will view the temporary exhibit at the New York State Military History Museum, “Names Instead of Numbers,” which highlights the lives of Dachau prisoners under the Nazi regime from 1933-1945.Capital Region veterans of the 42nd Infantry Division, George Williams of Niskayuna and Richard Marowitz of Albany will join modern day representatives of the 42nd Infantry, now a combat division of the New York Army National Guard based in Troy, N.Y. for the commemoration.Marowitz served as a reconnaissance scout with the 222nd Infantry Regimental headquarters, leading the division to Dachau on the day of its liberation.Williams served with Company G of the division’s 242nd Infantry Regiment as a mortarman through the spring of 1945. He toured the concentration camp during occupation duties with the division after the war ended.The traveling exhibit, “Names Instead of Numbers” displays a selection of biographies from the Dachau Remembrance Book Project. The exhibit features photographs and brief narratives from the lives of former prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp.The Remembrance Book project was founded in Europe in 1999 with the help of a number of local organizations. The program has collated over 130 biographies in its short history, all of which have been written by volunteers.