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Торстен 14h
Ummm... If Germans were trying to exterminate jews, there would have been no births. Case closed. The didn't happen.
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Interfaith Matters Nov 28
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Jonathan Greenblatt Nov 24
Thank you for sharing your stepfather’s story of survival as a child during the & his account of being rescued by a G.I. & greeting him with the words: “God Bless America.” His story, like so many who survived the , is one we must continue to retell.
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Emma J Nov 26
Zoomed out today! Really productive meeting with this afternoon planning for our online memorial 2021
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Kevin Fertle Nov 26
Every time I see this book, I appreciate the way such a a heavy dark content was beautifully conveyed. A book Wer comic art with animal faces brought me to tears
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Pieter Van den Heede Nov 27
Last week, Victoria Walden (), Wulf Kansteiner, , Tabea Widmann and I discussed the relationship between , play and The recordings of the session are now online, and can be found here!
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WJC Dec 2
The Rumbula massacre was one of the largest two-day atrocities during the . On November 30 and December 8, 1941, the Nazis & local accomplices shot 25,000 Jews in the Rumbula forest near Riga, Latvia. The Jewish community held a small commemoration at the memorial site.
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Auschwitz Exhibition 10h
(2/2) "Tomorrow the smoke will be from you" a prisoner warns them. If they could get a number tattooed, they'd be put to work instead. They escape through a back door and get tattoos. Both survived the and immigrated to the United States.
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Hannah Wilson Nov 26
Three years ago at Sobibor death camp with my friend and archeologist Yoram Haimi.
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Irina Bokova Nov 25
Sam Pisar was indeed an extraordinary man. It was an immense privilege to appoint him in 2012, ⁦⁩ Honorary Ambassador and Special Envoy for . Fond memories of fighting together against and denial.
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Cherrie Daniels Dec 2
Strong and meaningful statement on education by German Foreign Minister Maas to kick off the plenary today.
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Romelo Scuggs Nov 26
Celebrating cool ok great, while we’re at it let’s celebrate the and #9/11
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Dave Dunsavage Nov 28
“Catherine's War” by Julia Billet & Claire Fauvel tells the incredible tale (based on a true story) of how a French girl survived the / by hiding during . Very well done. Must read!
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Storm Saxon Nov 27
I've always wondered why I never have seen tattoos with more than 6 digits.
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Michael Levitt 🇨🇦 Nov 25
I could not think of anyone better suited for the role of Special Envoy than my friend . At a time of rising and dwindling awareness of the , this initiative is more important than ever.
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Brendan Norris Nov 28
Oh my word this absolutely ruined me. Tears in seconds
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John Anthony Miller Nov 30
When Darkness Comes: Paris, 1942 - when so few did so much to save so many
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Beth Gross Nov 29
Thank you for recommending podcast to me
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Daniel L. Berek Nov 27
Harnessing the Power of Storytelling to Remember the Holocaust via
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Yad Vashem Dec 1
View some of the events that took place during the month of in history
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