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Auschwitz

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  1. Vatican to donate €100,000 to Auschwitz upkeep

    The Vatican has pledged €100,000 ($125,000) towards preserving the former Nazi death camp Auschwitz in southern Poland, the site's museum said Monday. FULL ARTICLE AT GMANews.tv

  2. Vatican pledges $135,000 to Auschwitz preservation

    Vatican joins 30 other states who, together, have promised to contribute more than $129 million to preserve the authentic remains of the former Nazi death camp in Poland, foundation says. FULL ARTICLE AT Haaretz

  1. **World War II Today:** Yom Kipper, 1944: >On September 26 1944, Yom Kippur began at sunset--and this was the excuse for another ‘selection’. Joseph Zalman Kleinman described the process that ... FULL ARTICLE AT Grasping Reality

  2. September 21 2014 | OSWIECIM, POLAND From this embrace comes a hope of peace: “no” to violence of 1,000 young Europeans In Auschwitz youth from Central and Eastern Europe have ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sant Egidio

  3. The “zone of interest” in Martin Amis’ extraordinary new novel of the same name is revealed to be a mirror, a crucible and the setting for a bleakly comic love ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Francisco Chronicle

  1. From this embrace comes a hope of peace: “no” to violence of 1,000 young Europeans / In Auschwitz youth from Central and Eastern Europe have said “no” to the culture of the enemy. The embrace between Russians and Ukrainians

    A hug between young Ukrainians and Russians on the final day of the IV International Meeting "Young Europeans for a world without violence" eloquently expressed the spirit and message of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sant Egidio

  2. Find evokes Nazi horror

    Few sites across Poland harbor more secrets of atrocity and horror than the Nazi concentration camp of Sobibor. Different from Auschwitz, which almost immediately yielded the full scope of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online

  3. Mementos unearthed at Nazi death camp in Poland

    Few sites across war-torn Poland harbor more secrets of atrocity and horror than the Nazi concentration camp of Sobibor. Different from Auschwitz, which almost immediately ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pittsburgh Entertainment

  4. Few sites across war-torn Poland harbor more secrets of atrocity and horror than the Nazi concentration camp of Sobibor. Different from Auschwitz, which almost immediately yielded the full scope of ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Macon Telegraph

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Auschwitz (German pronunciation: [ˈaʊʃvɪts]; Konzentrationslager Auschwitz (help·info)) was a network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. It was the largest of the German concentration camps, consisting of Auschwitz I (the Stammlager or base camp); Auschwitz II-Birkenau (the Vernichtungslager or... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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