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Auschwitz Memorial Feb 16
"Who were they, these human beings the Nazis had reduced to numbers? What became of them?" A return to Auschwitz, 75 years after liberation |
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Auschwitz Memorial Feb 16
Anneliese Nossbaum lost the people she first loved to the Holocaust. 75 years after was liberated, she returned with her family to for one last ritual. |
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Richard Frediani Jan 29
Incredibly proud more than 6-million people have already viewed special coverage of across social media platforms. Here’s part of that content a special film from at
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Auschwitz Memorial Feb 10
The photographer discusses her photos of a 91-year old survivor Anneliese Nossbaum taken at during the trip to
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Auschwitz Memorial Feb 19
"And we are becoming increasingly indifferent. Confined within ourselves. Apathetic. Passive. We don't see and don't want to see. We don't talk and don't want to talk." The speech of director Piotr M. A. Cywiński during :
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Karen Pollock Jan 28
Yesterday - intense, emotional, exhausting and enormously powerful. An immense experience being . Especially with Holocaust survivors Renee Salt and Hannah Lewis.
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Deborah Cole Jan 29
May your mentions never look like those of the successor company to the manufacturer of Zyklon B when they decided to tweet without mentioning this fact on memorial day
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Auschwitz Memorial Feb 13
In the new special edition of magazine we publish all the speeches from , including powerful words by four survivors: Batsheva Dagan, Elza Baker, Marian Turski and Stanisław Zalewski. Read it here:
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Douglas Henshall Jan 29
Is this true that the British Government didn’t send a representative to ?
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BBC Breakfast Feb 1
Earlier this week we asked our team to talk candidly about their journey to the to cover for ⬇️
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Polish Embassy UK 🇵🇱 Feb 17
survivor Lili Pohlmann gets a standing ovation from a packed after talking to about her remarkable life for a Full Disclosure special. It follows her call on , labelled the greatest call ever by listeners:
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S Uzzell ⭐ #1 Amazon Charts Bestselling Novel Jan 31
Swastikas are spray painted on a Hove beach hut. Terrible to see anytime, but in the week of especially chilling.
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GermanForeignOffice Jan 29
Moving speech by Israel's President at the Bundestag: We cannot ignore the old-new antisemitism, the racism and xenophobia directed particularly against Jews, Muslims & foreigners once again raising its head.
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Michael Levitt 🇨🇦 Jan 29
On Monday at the memorial ceremony, Marian Turski, a 93 year old survivor of the death camp issued a challenge to us all; “Thou shalt not be indifferent.” Let us honour that call to action each and every day.
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Luke 'Ming' Flanagan Jan 29
Liliana Segre. "Always be the yellow butterfly that flies over the barbed wire"
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FierceWarriorNStilettos Feb 17
"The future of humankind lies in their hands." As we commemorate , Robert Badinter, former Justice Minister, speaks of the role of younger generations in combating racism, antisemitism and fanatism around the world.
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Donal O'Keeffe Feb 19
When ignoramuses like newly-elected TD Reada Cronin spew their hate-filled stupidity and spread the anti-Semitic lie that Hitler "was just a pawn... funded by the Rothschild banks", this is one of the people whose murders they mock.
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Kamila Graczyk Jan 29
The near-forgotten history of the Holocaust's queer victims
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Donal O'Keeffe Jan 31
We are honoured and blessed in Ireland to have Holocaust survivors Suzi Diamond and Tomi Reichental sharing our home, and reminding us of what happens when hatred wins, however briefly. It's our job, all of us, to ensure this never happens again.
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CGTN America Jan 29
HEAT PODCAST: 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, anti-semitism is rising. As the last survivors pass away, will the horrors of the holocaust be forgotten? Erin McGlothlin, professor of German and Jewish Studies, joins
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