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75 Years Ago Today – Jan 22, 1945 #Holocaust #History #Liberation

Death March: Prisoners continue to arrive in German camps and the last columns of prisoners on the death march from Auschwitz arrive in Wodzislaw Slaski–2,223 prisoners that arrive in Buchenwald, after being left in open air freight cars¬† the night … Continue reading

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#Holocaust 75 yrs ago last week: 19,421 men, women and children were gassed…

The transports are so heavy at this point that to blog each one would be overwhelming, so this is a tribute to those transports that arrived in Auschwitz 70 years ago between Jan 13-Jan 21, 1943: 1,000 people from Berlin … Continue reading

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75 Years Ago Today – Dec 14, 1942 – 263 Days in Auschwitz #Holocaust On this last night of Hanukkah let us

light candles to light the world and remember that our light can alleviate the darkness but only if we commit to living lives free of hatred, which serves no purpose. 70 years ago today, hatred, racism and prejudice reigned : … Continue reading

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75 Years Ago Today – Dec. 5 1942 – over 2,000 women were selected to die

One of the saddest days in history of women in Auschwitz was the first day of Channukah–Dec 5, 1942–a Saturday.¬† Edith (#1970) remembers the date because her sister died that day in Block 25, the infamous “infirmary” block that no … Continue reading

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