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The 2nd Mass Registered Transport arrived in Auschwitz 72 Years Ago Today.

We left Bratislava, Slovakia, in the morning and headed for Poprad to commemorate the 1st Registered Transport of Jews to Auschwitz. However, our stop in Bratislava was of equal import because this is the city and region of Slovakia that … Continue reading

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From Founding Director, The Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights,

Thank you so much for sharing this moving testimony about your recent trip to  Auschwitz to commemorate the women’s transport to Auschwitz.  For some reason, I was particularly touched by your description of the flower wreath that you placed there.  … Continue reading

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Jan 7, 1942 – 294 days in Auschwitz #Holocaust 2,000 Jews arrive from Augustow ghetto

296 men are registered with the numbers 85525-85820; 215 women are registered with numbers #28069-28283. Approximately, 1489 people are killed in the gas. On this same day “The Commandant’s Office receives the WVHA travel permit for a truck to Dessau … Continue reading

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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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