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"9 Things You Should Know About the Holocaust" - January 27 is Holocaust Remembrance Day

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The Holocaust - A grave inside Bergen-Belsen discovered by British Soldiers April 15th 1945 Some 60,000 prisoners were discovered at Bergen-Belsen by the British 11th Armoured Division, 13,000 corpses lay unburied, and another 10,000 died from typhus or malnutrition over the following weeks.The British forced the remaining SS guards to gather up the corpses and place them in mass graves.

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april 12th, 2012 .. holocaust survivor helen handler rests her head and cries on the wall of a rail car that will go in the Holocaust & Tolerance Museum, in Phoenix. The railcar was brought 11,000 miles from Macedonia to Arizona. The last time she saw her family together was on a similar car on the way to Auschwitz ...

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Discovery of Concentration Camps and the Holocaust

Cyber encyclopedia of Jewish history and culture that covers everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. It includes a glossary, bibliography of web sites and books, biographies, articles, original documents and much more!

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"If we held one minutes silence for every victim of the holocaust... We would be silent for eleven and a half years"

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Written on a cellar wall in Germany during the Holocaust... If they believed it then, there is nothing that should make you not believe.

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Three U.S. soldiers look at bodies stuffed into an oven in a crematorium in April of 1945. Photo taken in an unidentified concentration camp in Germany, at time of liberation by U.S. Army

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Wedding rings of Holocaust victims. Just remember, this cannot be all of them. Each of these rings belonged to a person who had a family, a person they loved. This is one of the most haunting things I've ever seen.

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The arrival and processing of an entire transport of Jews from Carpatho-Ruthenia, at Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp in Poland, in May of 1944

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Elie Weisel, Holocaust survivor, dedicated his life to keeping the world's memory of the Holocaust alive. It was his personal crusade and he sacrificed his private happiness for it. - Ronni

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