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Faces Of Auschwitz
Telling the stories of the victims of Nazi Germany's Auschwitz Concentration Camp. A project by in collaboration with
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S Uzzell ⭐ #1 Amazon Charts Bestseller Sep 28
The colour makes these almost unbearable to look at. But look we must. Thankyou for the work you do.
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Marina Amaral Sep 29
On 29 September 1941, a massacre was carried out by German forces during their campaign against the Soviet Union. Approximately 33,771 Jews were killed, including these girls: Mania Halef and Larisa “Larochka” Ratmanski.
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Anne Frank House Sep 28
Anne Frank organized a film show at home in March 1942, as Jews were no longer allowed to go to the cinema. She made these invitations with her friend Jacqueline van Maarsen. ⁠ Discover the stories behind our Anne Frank Collection. ⁠⠀
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Marina Amaral Aug 15
Happy birthday, Czeslawa. You're in my thoughts today and forever.
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Faces Of Auschwitz Aug 15
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Faces Of Auschwitz Aug 15
Czeslawa Kwoka was born on this day in 1928 in Wólka Złojecka, Poland.
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Auschwitz Exhibition May 26
Auschwitz camp was originally created in spring 1940 mainly as a tool of terror in German-occupied Poland. Its first prisoners were members of Polish leadership, resistance & intellectuals - people arrested for their real or potential "threat" for the Reich.
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Auschwitz Memorial May 27
27 May 1944 | Two Jewish prisoners escaped from the II-Birkenau camp: Czesław Mordowicz from Poland and Arnošt Rosin from Slovakia. Their account about extermination of Hungarian Jews was later sent to Switzerland, and then presented to the governments of the Allies.
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Auschwitz Memorial May 27
27 May 1927 | Greek Jewish girl Dolly Florentin was born in Thessaloniki. In 1943 she was deported to . She did not survive.
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Auschwitz Memorial May 26
A North Texas Holocaust survivor is celebrating reaching the century mark. "I was born in 1920, now it's 2020," Heinz Wallach said. His daughter organized a parade for her father's birthday with the help of :
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Yom HaShoah UK Apr 20
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Ellie Olmer Apr 20
I light these candles in memory of the Olmer’s, my husband’s Polish family, grandfather, Hersh Olmer & oldest daughter Golda,place of murder unknown. Grandmother, Chana,young daughters Pessle, & Adele, gassed at Belzec. ⁦
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David S Delew Apr 20
Tonight on Yom Hashoah, I lit a in memory of Isaak Steinbock aged 54. One of over six million jews murdered. We will never forget them. May their memories continue to be a blessing.
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Faces Of Auschwitz Apr 20
The Holocaust did not begin with gas chambers. It began with the rhetoric of hate.
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Auschwitz Memorial Mar 25
25 March 1936 | Rene Tyk, a French Jewish boy was born in . On 19 August 1942 he was deported from to in a transport of 1,000 people. He was murdered at Auschwitz right after arrival on 21 August 1942. He was 6 years old.
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Auschwitz Exhibition Mar 24
March 24, 1943 | Approximately 2,800 Jewish men, women and children from the ghetto in Salonika arrive from occupied Greece to . Following the selection, at least 1,986 of them are killed in the gas chambers.
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Auschwitz Memorial Mar 23
Gertrud Steinl, the last surviving German honored by with the title of Righteous Among the Nations for saving Jews during the , has died.
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Marina Amaral Mar 23
Replying to @marinamaral2
Ralph, may your Rest in Peace. You can finally leave all the suffering behind you. We love you and promise you that the whole world will hear your story. I'm sorry that we could not do this while you were here. Our deepest condolences to the Hakmans during this difficult time.
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Marina Amaral Mar 23
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But we are also incredibly grateful to him, Barbara, and their family for opening their doors and trusting us. We spent an entire year working together and making plans, which allowed us to become friends. Hearing his stories brought pain and healing at the same time.
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Marina Amaral Mar 23
It’s with a heavy heart that I post this. Ralph, our dear friend, Holocaust survivor and the primary subject of the documentary we’ve been working on, died yesterday in Los Angeles, aged 94. We are still shocked and devastated.
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