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Deborah Cole Nov 9
Send me your polished from any street in Europe. Along with , today is the 81th anniversary of the pogrom
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Raf Koren Nov 10
At the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, during yesterday German 9th of November party, which coincides with the 1938, where Germans burnt synagogues and killed hundreds of Jews, Israel is demonized by a huge display blaming Israel for conquer the so called Palestine
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Alexander Watson Nov 8
This is what 9th November meant for my (very German) great-grandfather, Georg Sternberg.
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Deborah Cole Nov 9
Replying to @doberah
Berliners gathered tonight at the Zion Church, so key to the '89 revolution, for a Stolpersteine remembrance ceremony & walk. A large crowd listened to names & biographies read out, sang, & laid candles & flowers.
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Inge πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Nov 8
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DΓΌzen Tekkal Nov 9
As we celebrate 30 years since the fall of the , I would like to show my support for gained in Germany. I took a picture with a key to show my support for and I invite you to do the same.
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PraelatSince2000 Nov 8
9th November: Legal Movie Judgement at Nuremberg Remembering the 9th of November
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Xy5Z89πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Nov 9
today 81 years ago on the night from 9th to 10th November 1938 10.000 of Synagoges, jewish stores were burned down, million of books went on flames and thousend of jewish people died by the Nazis...This was a unacceptable crime against humanity
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GermanEmbassyOttawa Nov 9
German FM : also stands for the horrors of : murder, destruction, deportations. We must be aware of this today and every day. That's why I sent a signal in Halle: it is the duty of all of us to open our mouths against anti-Semitism.
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Daniel Schmidt Nov 9
Replying to @emrazz
As much as I apprecciate most of your tweets, I feel the need to give some input: β€žReichskristallnachtβ€œ is kind of a euphemism since it reflects just the β€žcrystal- clear- partsβ€œ, but not the horrors of fuckinβ€˜ Nazis. Better call it what it is:
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Nadine πŸ’šπŸ’›β€οΈ Nov 9
Starting on a walk through remembering the Jewish families persecuted and killed, visiting their former businesses and homes, a night of terror some 80+ years ago
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Ein bundesweites Demoverbot am 09.11.2019.
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History's Bricks Nov 9
Replying to @Historysbricks
After the pogroms many Jewish fellow citizens emigrated again from Germany until they were denied departure at the beginning of WWII. The country has lost a big part of its culture that could never be reestablished again thanks to the Nazis.
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David Deutsch Nov 9
At about this time 81 years ago, in Germany and Austria, there was a sudden, unprovoked outbreak of mass murder of Jews by their neighbours.
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Kathrin Nov 9
Replying to @strallakind212
Also just to add: The 9th November is quite a historical day in Germany. Sadly, not only for positive things but also for and so many other things. In times like these we also need to remember those parts of history to avoid anything like that ever happen again
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The Berlin Spectator Nov 7
Ernst Marcus, a lawyer, woke up in his apartment in the German capital’s Grunewald district on November 9th, 1938, eighty-one years ago. What he saw was unbelievable.
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Simon Brunton Nov 9
Hugo Chanoch Fuchs was a central figure of Jewish life in Germany. After 32 years as a rabbi in , he was forced by his fellow citizens, under torture, to witness the burning down of his on .
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Kitty Climpson Nov 9
9th of November is an incredibly loaded day full of contradictions in German history. Not just the Berlin Wall, but also , and November Revolution in 1918. The day is packed with joy and sorrow both.
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Petra Breunig Nov 9
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
Out of curiosity: why aren't you using ?
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Alex Nov 10
A Jew: "Kristallnacht" Random twat: ''Actually! it's called ''
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