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Victoria Brownworth Apr 28
This is the most extraordinary love letter you will likely ever read. "You, my only one..." It begins, as she is being led into the concentration camp, from which she did not survive. But her letter did and has now been donated to the . *so many tears*
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Christina v. Wellean Jun 9
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Daisy Apr 11
Yom HaShoah, the Jewish day for remembering those who were killed during the Holocaust. All around the country synagogues have been providing candles and names to ensure those who perished, and what that means, will never be forgotten.
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Shelley Blond Apr 11
Tweeting on behalf of my parents and sisters who aren’t on social media.
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Anais_b_kiss Apr 11
we will never forgive and we will never forget! ✊🏻✊🏻✊🏻🇮🇱 Israel is our country we have to remember each day hate will never win over love ❤️ I am and I stand proud to scream ✊🏻✊🏻✊🏻
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Beth Metcalf Mar 9
What an incredible experience walking around Auschwitz. Harrowing exhibits and a lesson to all that we must never let history repeat itself. EVER. So lucky to be able to walk outside holding hands with the woman I love without fear of persecution.
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Justin Smith Sep 6
This might look like a series of random concrete blocks, but is actually a really poignant memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe. Well worth a visit.
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Shelley Blond Apr 11
Remembering my grandfather’s mother Emma & his three brothers Reinhard Georg & Harry as well as little Lisa Porgesz who was murdered aged 7. The same age as my daughter.
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Sarah Rock the Bake 20h
I made these cakes..... 😲 What an honour to bake for such a wonderful day, I missed Prince William speaking to my family as i had to leave to collect my children... this tweet kind of made up for my disappointment
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STOP Paddington Cube Sep 5
Protesters to the in demonstrated yesterday outside the launch of the latest designs. Right idea, wrong location!
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Catherine Ogle Jan 27
‘Peace is a light’: Act of memorial & witness for peace this evening. Thanks to all who took part.
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FIRM May 21
“Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.” Psalm 125:1 NIV •
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Christina v. Wellean May 16
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Frederick Bremer Feb 8
Thank you to Bernd Koshland for an insightful presentation yesterday. Bernd’s story about his survival of the Holocaust gave our year 9 students an important lesson about standing up to prejudice and discrimination
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Holy Family School Jan 26
We remember by honouring International Holocaust Awareness Day
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My country? Europe. Jan 27
11 million men, women and children, including 6 million Jews, perished in the Holocaust. Always remember.
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Laina May 2
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Salomo Swoboda Sep 14
🇪🇺 This is probably the most realistic in the world. During World War II, the Nazis did not know where to go with the many dead Jews. That's why they just shot the Jews…
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Donna Jones Feb 1
Today in we commemorated at the City Museum thinking of all those that perished in the worst way
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Lisa Manninger Jan 27
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