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Auschwitz Memorial Jun 5
After years of criticism has finally decided to specifically ban videos that promote the idea that one group is superior to others. It will ban supremacist content including neo-Nazi & denial videos.
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Kelly Lepley โœˆ๐ŸŒ Jun 4
My third time to Auschwitz. First for my daughters. It's one thing to read about this horrible event, but it's life changing to see it.
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Mary-Lou O'Brien ๐Ÿ—ฏ๏ธ Jun 4
Visited Auschwitz- Birkenau today & whilst I thought I'd read & seen it all it was the shoes, womens hair & children's clothes that made it real & devastating. Fact: If we held 1 min of silence for every victim of the Holocaust then we would be silent for 11.5 years
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Dan Hill 24m
This beautiful villa in the affluent Berlin suburb of Wannsee has a pretty awful claim to fame. It was here that the decision to exterminate the entire Jewish population of Europe was taken. That meeting took 90 minutes, the lunch that followed lasted two hours.
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Israel ื™ืฉืจืืœ 15h
Had lived through the , she would have celebrated her 90th birthday today. On Anne's birthday, we celebrate her legacy & all that she accomplished in her short life, which continues to inspire so many, 74 yrs after her tragic death in the Holocaust.
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CountingonAmerica Jun 12
This week, June 9, 1942, my grandmother (Mirel Goldmark) that I never met was put on a transport to Minsk and murdered at Maly Trostinec. She was shot in the neck and dumped in a ditch. Please retweet in honor of her memory.
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Polish Embassy UK ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฑ 1h
Join ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฑ journalist and photographer Bogdan Frymorgen for a talk about his stunning photographic essay 'Kazimierz' with Antony Polonsky, expert in studies and history of Jews in Poland, at on 19 June. More information here:
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Labi Siffre Jun 5
Thought For The Day The Nazis believed as a matter of conscience that science/tech was the cure for being a Jew, a Roma, a Homosexual, the physically or mentally disabled. Their sincere belief was evil. Evil people also are sincere.
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David Kim 9h
STAR OF SATAN CERTIFIED via was against goi
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David Kim 2h
"Einstein Cross" gravity lensing ? Or magneto bubble spin inducing ? was against goi & frauds
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newvoicesproject 13h
How the BBCโ€™s truth offensive beat Hitlerโ€™s propaganda machine
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Dan Poraz Jun 7
Replying to @PorazDan
๐“๐ก๐ž ๐๐š๐ฌ๐ฌ๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ ๐Œ๐š๐ฌ๐ฌ๐š๐œ๐ซ๐ž was the deadliest suicide bombing in the history of Palestinian terror. 30 people were killed and 160 injured. Some of the people killed were survivors. Some were married couples. Two were a father and his daughter >>
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Anna Grigorian 13h
Anna Frank 1929-1945. , one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the , gained fame posthumously with the publication of "The Diary of a Young Girl" It is one of the world's best known book in which she documents her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944.
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BBC History Magazine 9h
Mary Fulbrook has been awarded the 2019 for her book exploring the aftermath of the . Here, she tells what inspired her to write it
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Cllr Nathan Garbutt Moore 3h
Anne Frank would have celebrated her 90th birthday today. She died at Bergen Belsen concentration camp in 1945, aged just 15. Her diary has since been translated into 60 languages. We owe it to her and other victims never to forget the unimaginable horrors of Nazism.
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Nazia Mogra Jun 9
BBC Anne Frank: A life in Hiding If you missed it you can watch here
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Hananya Naftali 9h
90 Years Ago: Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt. In 1942 on her 13th birthday she received an empty diary. She died in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. We will never forget her legacy. Rest In Peace.
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Reel Topix 16h
Today would have been Anne Frankโ€™s 90th birthday. Thousands of lives and even more futures were destroyed because of the holocaust. Weโ€™re thankful for what the 15year old Anne Frank was able to contribute to the world through her writings. Happy Birthday!
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Yahad - In Unum 23h
One of millions of victims whose memories must be kept alive. Yahad - In Unum continues its mission to uncover the horrors of the by bullets and provide educational programs worldwide so that such atrocities are never repeated.
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Today In History 9h
12 June 1929: Anne Frank, the girl whose diary became famous after she was killed in the -Belsen concentration camp in during the , is born in Frankfurt, Germany.
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