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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Right before they went into hiding, Otto and Edith gave Anna diary for her 13th birthday. While Anne was in hiding, she wrote in her diary every single day. She documented her thoughts and feelings. She wrote short stories in the beginning of a novel. In copied passages from her favorite books, her writing was wide and varied. She talked about her dreams of becoming a journalist or writer, noted her annoyances with her family, wrote candidly about her love for Peter van pels and described how her family managed to survive in hiding. In 1944, the minister of education of the Dutch government in England started encouraging people to keep their award diaries. Hidden this call and began to write in her diaries into one story called head actor house, which translates roughly to the secret annex. On August 4th, 1944, Anne's writing was cut short. The secret annex was raided by the police, and everyone hiding there was discovered. Along with thousands of other Jewish people living in the Netherlands and and her family were packed into cattle wagons and taken to the Auschwitz birkenau concentration and extermination camp. They left all their belongings behind, including Anne's diary. And her sister and her mother were sent to a forced labor camp for women. Then in November 1944, Anne and her sister were separated from their mother and taken to the Bergen belsen concentration camp. The camp was overcrowded, cold, and unsanitary. And Frank died there after contracting typhus in early 1945. On January 17th, 1945, Otto Frank was freed from Auschwitz by Soviet troops, along with the other remaining prisoners. In June 1945, he finally made it back to Amsterdam. On the journey, he learned that his wife had died. By July, he had found out his daughters had also died in the camps. Some of the people who had helped Otto and his family live in the secret annex, gave him Anne's diaries, which they had kept after the family was taken. As auto read them, he was struck by the death of Anne's writing. Eventually, I don't edit it and then published Anne's diary in 1947. Given it the same name that Anne had given it. The secret annex Anne's words captured the world's attention. Her diary was translated into more than 70 languages and sold more than 30 million copies. The diary was adapted into a Broadway play and a movie. In 1995, a new English translation of her diary was published, which included material that Otto took out of the original version. Additionally, in 1957, Adolf established the Anne Frank house, a museum that preserves the secret annex that Anne and her family lived in. Today, visitors can walk through the same rooms and lived and rode in and learn more about her story. Anne's diary documented her life as a young Jewish girl in the Nazi occupied Netherlands, helped expose the horrors of Jewish persecution to the world. Her words continue to inspire young people across the globe to fight injustice and fight for change. A month, we're highlighting prodigies for more information, find us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. You can order rise in troublemaker, everywhere books are sold. Special thanks to creators, Jenny, and Liz Kaplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you tomorrow..

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World remembers Holocaust as antisemitism rises in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

World remembers Holocaust as antisemitism rises in pandemic

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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

Buck Sexton

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

"Holocaust survivor who testified at Nazi commander at off Eifman's trial has died. Joseph Solman claimant Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial, died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister. Were killed it outfits. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust, was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year.

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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a Holocaust survivor who testified at **** commander in elf Eichmann's trial has died Joseph Zalman Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the **** commanders trial died Tuesday according to Israeli media he was ninety one Kleinman was one of fewer than one hundred eighty thousand Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel born in Slovakia in January nineteen thirty Cliven and his family were deported by **** Germany to the camp at Auschwitz Birkenau in nineteen forty four his father mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz after the war Kleinman emigrated to Israel I commend one of the architects of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in nineteen sixty put on trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one Aikman was found guilty of crimes against humanity crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year hi Mike Rossio

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Joseph Solomon Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the arcades. Text of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year. I might cross CEO news and analysis at town hall that calm. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. U. S. Companies that cheat their workers out of pay are unlikely to be fined or punished even after they're caught. An analysis of Labor Department data finds that in 19 2085 100 employers were cited for taking about $287 million from workers. Companies that hire child care workers gas station clerks restaurant servers is the security guards are among the business is most likely to get caught. The analysis finds, however, that the government rarely penalize is repeat offenders and often lets companies pay workers back less than they owe correspondent Jeremy House Hyundai's recalling over 390,000 vehicles in the U. S and Canada. Problems that can cause engine fires. One recall owners are being told the park outdoors until repairs are made. That recall covers more than 203,000. Santa Fe Sport SUVs from 2013 through 2015. More on these stories at town Hall calm. I'm Keith Peters in Washington J. Foreigner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase, and it's likely that trend is on Lee going to continue..

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So you know, they talk about the lawsuits he lost. Hey, 1, 90%. That's right. That's right. And let me say, Lady officer out in the capital. I don't I don't know there was there was some words There was some talk of that. You know, I just don't know because we know we're out now until well, we probably come back to impeach the president out of there Tuesday. But otherwise we were supposed to be out until the inauguration. So you know we're not getting a whole lot of information. Nancy Pelosi is making all the decisions you know, even though she only won by a narrow margin has a very narrow majority. She's like an authority authoritarian and let me say another thing. See another thing you think What's that? Are we going to get another stimulus? Check this thing? Yeah, I think so. I think probably within a month. Okay? Let me say another thing. Andy Harris. Ah, Congressman Harris Harris was not at that protest. He was in his office. And in committees and on the floor that day, he was working for the taxpayers and I'll say it again. He was not at that purchase. You know, I was representing my district. I mean, my district supports the president. Um, my district voted for the president. Large majority. My district voted for the president. They know that this president cares for the average working man and woman in this country and not not not not the liberal elites. It's President Trump who cares for them, and they know it. They feel it. You know, you can't fool Americans. You can't put it Didn't they're catching on. Despite the press being against the president every day for four years, I in constant couldn't full 75 million people. Well, here's here's the deal. That's Joe Biden would say. He's going to have to pardon his entire family. Because they're going to come after them. And he's gonna be the first president in the history of the United States to pardon 75 million people. They're coming after everybody. That they This cancel culture is not stopping punishment. Politics and we have got to spread that around. Right here is Mark. Mark. Good evening. Yes. Good even to Bhutto and good evening, Especially Congressman and Mrs Harris and Thomas. I enjoy listening to you on the Shannon Boosh. Oh, thank you. Weekday morning. Thank you very much. Remember? We're just doing this morning when we were at the synagogue for us about we clich about morning service. I was disturbed the here that at the rally this past Wednesday, President Trump There were individual seen wearing clothing that was reflecting honest was anti Semitic sort. Some was seen wearing a closed saying that the Holocaust never happened. It was one I was told which was almost threw up. Saying that six million Jews were not what they want enough to choose. But whatever this really brings to serving alarms to rust in the Jewish community worldwide, and I wanted to know is what you know. What do you know about that? And what can be done, And I am concerned about the other parties. Some of their not all but some of them members of their maybe not overtly because Berkeley on anti Semitic and to be honest with you, I'm thinking about getting my passport. We nude On. So the 20 on movie is well, because we make in the Jewish community would be rushing out soon to go to our Jewish homeland. What do you know? So you know again? I wasn't at the rally itself. But I will tell you, Mark, I'm highly suspicious that these were these were people infiltrated the rally to cause trouble. Look, I know a lot of President Trump's supporters. You know, the people who claim that you know, everybody knows him. He obviously not anti Semitic with movement, you know, moving the embassy to Jerusalem. All the things that he had a daughter being the same Alka son in law doing right grandchildren being judged. But you know, the party of Trump is not the party of anti Semitism. I will tell you. I am convinced that they were infiltrators in that rally. They were there to cause trouble. And that's one way to cause trouble. Where shirt like that. So that so that you know, someone in the press takes a picture of it says Oh, the You know, these are the trump bigots. Nonsense. I mean, highly, highly suspicious of that The anti Semitism has no place in the world. You know? Clearly there have been hundreds of Trump rallies. Over four years. We have attended a number of him. You have attended a number of them. There is no sign of anti Semitism. Clearly on the radical left and the radical Democrat Party. There's a lot of anti cynicism us us. Sure. Ilhan Omar. Yeah, I mean, it's part of their philosophy. Their program Alice Stein, this is the first president in the history of the United States was actually unified the Middle East with Saudi Arabia, Egypt. The Emirates and not Jordan and everybody now working with Israel. Having treaties with Israel. That is very scary, because if finding that bunch go in there and start putting that Palestinian card on the table And this all falls apart. You know, we've got a serious problem. So mark, I can assure you and our Jewish listeners that the conservative Patriotic Movement in America Republicans and Democrats and independents are pro Israel and welcome to Jewish community and we have many super citizens who are Jewish. I could tell you right now, and I don't I don't know how anybody says that the Holocaust didn't happen. You know, we've had the extreme honor and solemn honor to you walk through Auschwitz and Auschwitz Birkenau, al and two e mean just when you walk that ground, you know, walking the ghetto area of Krakow. What was the ghetto and stuff of crack out? You absolutely cannot deny what happened in World War two. And these horribilis horrible behavior on there's been, you know, in World War two wasn't the only time you know The Jews have been persecuted Many, many, many times goes all the way back to the Roman Empire or the Nebuchadnezzar right back to Babylon. So, yes, so there are always going to be some people who, you know, But if you have that agenda, I make a suggestion. Watch the Discovery Channel. Hitler's featured every night in black and white, and they show these films of the various concentration camp. They show you the people the dead people. It's tough to watch. Let me tell you it's tough to be there and and to stand on that ground. But you know, it's amazing. It's all about the big light. Look what they've done to this president. He announced he was running for president. They said that he said that all illegal immigrants are rapists and murders. He didn't say that that never said it. He said that, uh, Charlottesville The the The white people. They were. They were good people ever say I wasn't talking about them. He criticized them, and he criticized Antifa and they repeat the lie over and over again. A gentleman from Germany in the 19 thirties did the same thing said Repeat the lie and I will come and then they're backed up. By the fascists and I'm gonna start. It's the fascist press. I'm not going to call them garages. They're fascists. And they're the most powerful for their more powerful than politicians in this country. I mean, how did the American people communicate? Big tech and the media. We're not there The fascist own it. We don't know that. Yes, dear. And and tell everybody who was born in 19 thirties that did that did what that was going around telling telling lies and spreading them. People believed him. It was a doff it. Of course I was a dolphin. And Goebbels and go and global and Joseph Goebbels forgot about. Actually, his big hero was a 19 twenties public relations guy in the United States who created the public relations business. Can't remember his name, but Goebbels was a big fan. All right, Let's take some more calls. What? Where do you go? What do you doing? No, we can't. We gotta take a break, and then we'll take some calls. It's surprising, but true..

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau. It was January 27th 1945 when Soviet troops in Poland first entered the camps, realizing what had gone on there. During this Holocaust Remembrance Week. ABC is Michelle France and spoke with Metka Kalinsky, who survives seven years of enslavement while still a child to a Nazi officer. During an after World War two. He wrote about his experience in the new book Myth Because Secret sharing some of his story with Michelle and more about what he hopes people will learn from the horrors of the Holocaust so many years ago, So Mika you and I spoke 25 years ago and you've been spending your entire life since following the Holocaust, trying to piece together together your life. Tell me what that journey's been like. Michelle have us not easy. When I started with you doing that we were searching for my family. And what? Carrie Nixon? I don't know if you remember that name or not. He's the one actually found mind family on a ham radio, and he felt my family If you remember we were searching for my father and And he found my father also, except I never found anything out about my mother when she was burned in 1939 See, I did not know anything, but I know two winters from 1939. 1941 Michelle and then 1941. Hitler invaded Ukraine. And that's where my problems started. Five bombs dropped in that boarding school and the next morning we were all alone. Those kids and we knew the teacher lived across the river. Another boy and I. We went across the river. Try to find a teacher of us picked up. Throw me in the truck and it took me but near Kiev. I did not know that word. Bobby Arm, Michelle. Only thing I knew people talking about Kiev and guns started going. Well known people in the cattle wagon. And then when they saw me, they threw me along with it in the cattle wagon, and we went to Bergen. Enough. Now in your nineties, you have your story, hopefully mostly pieced together and you're getting ready to tell it and a book form. You're also been spending time speaking to schools and Has swelled. Make sure that your story is remembered in this pandemic. That's been a little bit harder. But what do you want in this week of remembrance? Do you want people to remember the Holocaust? Never, of course away, never calls away. But people they don't go away. They get smaller every year, and I believe in this area. Michelle, I believe I'm the only one It's quality enough to go to school to speak. They shut everything down because of this corona think But how Holocaust Michelle that took me a long time even to know that word Holocaust I did not know. One, Holocaust says Till I watch movies and TVs and I found out that speaking about Holocaust in and in my mind, I said, What did they make such a big deal over that? I was there what they are talking about. You've been able to piece together some of your life. It's helped you with you and your family journey so long for you and finally being able to put it in. Look for more. Your story's going to be told as you pieces together..

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Auschwitz survivors mark anniversary online amid pandemic

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Auschwitz survivors mark anniversary online amid pandemic

"A U. S. senator marking the anniversary of the liberation of the **** death camp in Europe says the US needs to be more vigilant against anti semitic and other hate groups Illinois senator Dick Durbin noted the horror found at the Auschwitz Birkenau death camp seventy six years after its liberation place seven comprehensible suffering cruelty and depravity we're more than a million people primarily Jews were exterminated with factory like precision and senator Durbin warns it could happen again noting that among the heat full symbols displayed at this month's capital incursion was a man wearing a camp aus bitte sweatshirt despicable neo **** hate symbol shown during the capital insurrection and the chance of Jews will not replace us three years earlier in Charlottesville Durbin says he is again this year introducing legislation to monitor and cracked down against domestic terrorism groups Jackie Quinn Washington

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Holocaust survivors in Austria, Vienna receive COVID-19 vaccine on Holocaust remembrance day

PRI's The World

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Holocaust survivors in Austria, Vienna receive COVID-19 vaccine on Holocaust remembrance day

"Six years ago today. January twenty seventh nineteen forty five soldiers from the soviet. Red army liberated the auschwitz-birkenau death camp in occupied poland. More than one million people. Most of them. Jews were sent a gas chambers of the nazi camp or died from starvation cold and disease this year most international holocaust remembrance day commemorations are being held online because of the pandemic in israel home to many holocaust survivors. Fewer will be present for such remembrances about nine. Hundred holocaust. survivors died of covid. Nineteen in israel last year. A fifth of the country's cova deaths in austria. The jewish community in vienna is marking the anniversary in a unique way. That's both symbolic and lifesaving they've arranged for more than four hundred jewish and non-jewish survivors to get their first dose of covid vaccine. Erica yakubovitch community. Vienna and organiz. Today's vaccination drive. She joins me from vienna. And i gathered. The drive right now erin. Described to us. What's going on. What have you been seeing today. So we had almost four hundred people already here for a vaccination day. Everybody's very very happy and relieved that they finally get the vaccination vaccination started in australia very late and is also not enough vaccine and we are happy to do something that we can do for holocaust survivors. I think it's our obligation to take care of our most vulnerable group in the community. What made you decide to arrange this event. I mean these survivors given their age. Aren't they already in the front of the line for vaccines in austria. No only the people who have been in old age homes where vaccinated Old you other people not yet. And as i am a daughter of holocaust survivors survivors of auschwitz. And my grandparents were killed there I think this is something that i owe to my family and other family like mine and the four hundred survivors who have been On the receiving under these vaccine today how they taken in this event. What does it mean to them. I would like to mention that. We have also some Elderly people at the age of eighty five plus who are non holocaust survivors who came from other areas like the former soviet union and minister of housing also offers us to Vaccinate them and i immediately say. Of course we do it. We had contact with each of those people. And they are very thankful and happy that they had a chance to get the vaccination and we have a chance to because they're with their family their children grandchildren and

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Auschwitz survivors mark anniversary online amid pandemic

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Auschwitz survivors mark anniversary online amid pandemic

"Survivors are Commemorating their lost loved ones as the world marks the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau. Pandemic means the international Holocaust Remembrance Day. Events have moved online for the first time to

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on People of the Pod

"The Secretary General of the Muslim World League flew Mecca to Poland. Poland to tour Auschwitz by your side David and he was to have joined us again in Berlin, and I believe that Dr Isa will be with us next week virtually. Isn't that right? And can you tell us a bit about the significance of that relationship and of Dr Alyssa's virtual presence with us, absolutely Septa, no, you got it exactly right? We signed a memorandum of understanding in New York in front of the media including the Arab media. The first elements of the MO was the joint trip to Auschwitz to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the camp's in January. He in turn assembled. A delegation of sixty two Muslim leaders from around the world who accompanied him and us? This was the highest ranking Muslim delegation ever I repeat ever not just division outfits, but any Nazi death camp. Now for those who know that in some parts of the world, the Holocaust is diminished, trivialize dismissed the fact that these leaders from a host of countries came publicly, and the media was all over this story Let's take the New York Times alone had several stories not to mention all the other major papers in the United States and in the Arab world. Amazing the second step as you suggested was, he would come to the global forum, which by the way was times to commemorate the seventy s adversary of the end of the war in the end of the Holocaust, he was coming with us to Sachsenhausen. The Nazi concentration camp on the outskirts of Berlin where we were going to have our opening event for remembrance. He was going to be a speaker having himself while visited Auschwitz Birkenau. Now the symbolism of all this is important. He would being the opening session of following Angela Merkel and that's very very much by design. What are we saying? We're opening the session with stay. Testimonies of survivors, their children, grandchildren, which sets the stage for under a miracle, this was the greatest challenge of the twentieth century for the Jewish people how to grapple with the aftermath of the Holocaust and how to deal with Germany, starting in nineteen forty-five well, HAC was a leader. We were alone in seeing this as the ultimate challenge and. A lot has been achieved. What's our twenty-first-century challenge? It is to write a new chapter in relations between Jews and Muslims. So if you think about the thread, just of the opening session from the past to the present leadership of Angela Merkel, and the special relationship between Germany Israel and the Jewish people to sort of the beginning of the future, which is H., A. C. Traits chart a new history, a new pathway between the Jewish and Muslim worlds with partners like Dr Lisa who comes from Mecca. Or Chicago. He comes from. The Office of the Muslim World League has Mecca. This is the real deal. At what we're saying to the world.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And after she dies her grandson joins the mission in her absence and in some ways there are parallels here to be drawn with the show's creator David while and his own grandma who was a Holocaust survivor I spoke with David and we began by talking about his inspiration my grandmother emissary while she grew up in large Poland she was an alleged ghetto then taken to Auschwitz Birkenau Bergen Belsen on their list and then back to Bergen Belsen where she was liberated on her birthday well April fifteenth and you know from a very young age she would tell me and my three older brothers her stories or stories about the war but it would be you know I'd be eating dinner and I would finish my meal and she would tell me about health for so many years she starved in the camps and how important food is in finishing the meal how people don't have what you have and and things like that so these stories began to penetrate you know my life and it's such a young age those stories felt like the stuff of whose only thing I can relate to or the comic books in the super heroes that I loved thought of coming from consumers you talk about these stories like that yeah I think that was the lens on my my own world so I thought my grandmother was this super hero I always thought if I open a closet is there keep in there you know if I opened her drawer does she have her secret weapon I mean she the stories of her heroism felt so grand and they were so grand you even just surviving was heroic you know she she was probably five two of five three but you always seem so talk to me you know I just always remember looking up at her and she just felt so big so grand so take me into the show like what what does it mean to be in this inner circle of **** hunters would be all about my goodness there a rag tag eclectic centric group of people.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KCRW

"And after she dies her grandson joins the mission in her absence and in some ways there are parallels here to be drawn with the show's creator David while in his own grandma who was a Holocaust survivor I spoke with David and we began by talking about his inspiration my grandmother was Serra while she grew up in large Poland she was an alleged ghetto then taken to Auschwitz Birkenau Bergen Belsen on their list and then back to Bergen Belsen where she was liberated on her birthday well April fifteenth and you know from a very young age she would tell me and my three older brothers her stories or stories about the war but it would be you know I'd be eating dinner and I would finish my meal and she would tell me about hell for so many years she starved in the camps and how important food is in finishing the meal how people don't have what you have and and things like that so these stories began to penetrate you know my life and it's such a young age those stories felt like the stuff of whose only thing I can relate to or the comic books in the super heroes that I loved thought of comic books into readers she would talk about the story idea yeah I think that was the lens on my my own world so I thought my grandmother was this super hero I always thought if I open your closet is their Cape in there you know if I opened her drawer does she have her secret weapon I mean she the stories of her heroism felt so grand and they were so grand you even just surviving was heroic you know she she was probably five two of five three but you always seem so tall to me you know I just always remember looking up at her and she just felt so big so grand so take me into the show like what what does it mean to be in this inner circle of **** hunters would be all about my goodness there a rag tag eclectic centric group of people.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We created this so one of these **** hunters is a grandma and after she dies her grandson joins the mission in her absence and in some ways there are parallels here to be drawn with the show's creator David while and his own grandma who was a Holocaust survivor I spoke with David and we began by talking about his inspiration my grandmother was Serra while she grew up in large Poland she was an alleged ghetto then taken to Auschwitz Birkenau Bergen Belsen on through this and then back to Bergen Belsen where she was liberated on her birthday well April fifteenth and you know from a very young age she would tell me and my three older brothers her stories or stories about the war but it would be you know I'd be eating dinner and I would finish my meal and she would tell me about hell for so many years she starved in the camps and how important food is in finishing the meal how people don't have what you have and and things like that so these stories began to penetrate you know my life and it's such a young age those stories felt like the stuff of whose only thing I can relate to or the comic books in the super heroes that I loved thought of comic books into readers you talk about the story yeah I think that was the lens on my my own world so I thought my grandmother was this super hero I always thought if I open her closet is there keep in there you know if I open her Georgia she have her secret weapon I mean she the stories of her heroism felt so grand and they were so grand you even just surviving was heroic you know she she was probably five two of five three but you always seem so tall to me you know I just always remember looking up at her and she just felt so big so grand so take me into the show like what what does it mean to be in this inner circle of **** hunters would be all about my goodness there a rag tag eclectic centric group.

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Kate Middleton Reveals She and Prince William Have Discussed the Holocaust with Prince George

Unorthodox

02:56 min | 2 years ago

Kate Middleton Reveals She and Prince William Have Discussed the Holocaust with Prince George

"We learned from people magazine that Princess Kate and Prince William have been talking about the Holocaust with the little future King George. I'm going to quote from People magazine. Kate Middleton revealed that she and Prince William of told their children about the Holocaust revealed this at the Holocaust Memorial Day service in London on Monday. The royal mom thirty gate was talking to Holocaust survivor. Malla Trish at the reception commemorating the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau and after the deeply moving ceremony. She said we are talking to the children children about it earlier today but we have to be you know for a six year old. The interpretation the royal added suggesting that she had to choose her words carefully to explain the mass murder of six a million Jews by the Nazis to Prince George the oldest of their three children. Okay end quote so first of all appreciate the snark from people. Magazine's hang that Princess. This is kate had to choose her words lightly when discussing mass murderer with a six year old so I was talking to last night just before we finished watching Zoe's extraordinary playlist. which is the best show? I've ever I really. It's unanswered. That was made for me. It was like dumb. Sitcom meets great playlist made for me. We're about to fire up the last ten minutes of it. I said to sit as like can. Can you believe they're talking about the. It's so nice that trying to be culturally sensitive telling their little six year old Church of England future king boy about the Holocaust but frankly someone should tell them like maybe a professional g like me to tell. You don't have to tell a six year old. I mean our kids learn about it when they're nine ten eleven but like six like Little Anna. We have a six year old. She doesn't Know Jack Squat about going full Israel in Israel. He started like at three area but they'd sit says to me she's like Oh you think Anna doesn't know about the Holocaust. Have you noticed the book that she's been reading and re reading and re reading and it was like you mean white bird by that the guy that lady who wrote wonder polite Palaccio and since it yeah and I said Yeah it's about a bird right and since it only know it's all about the Holocaust cost which is why today we pulled up in front of neighborhood. Music School and Anna hopped out and put her hand up in the air and said Hail Hitler I said wait a second. You mean to tell me that today might just blonde like looking zero Audubon street new haven. Where like all taste the coffee shop? The music school across from the high school like every family in our social sir. Everyone is like coming and going and picking up and dropping off and Anna hops out little blonde. Green Eyed Anna ops out. It gives and says Hail Hitler. Hails Hitler is a great remix of Ohio. And I said well I guess we should have had the princess. Kate conversation with Kate. Okay but what are we save a six year old again. 'cause we seem to be very totally dropped the ball that she has no idea that Hitler is not good. I have to say like for them for the royals. It's really easy Zeke's all they have to do is go. Talk to Uncle Harry. Who likes to dress up just opposite lowering talk to Jonathan Sachs? who had to like? Give Harry talking to after that. So maybe they could just call up there like like Jewish applicants for chief rabbi of England's preach to an ever shrinking community of Jews from time to time to holocaust education with ignorant

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Auschwitz survivors warn of rising anti-Semitism 75 years on

The Michael Medved Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Auschwitz survivors warn of rising anti-Semitism 75 years on

"Survivors of the Auschwitz Birkenau death camp prayed and wept as they mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the camp by the Soviet army the ceremony stress the testimony of survivors and include warnings about rising anti semitism about two hundred survivors return many of them elderly Jews from Israel the United States Australia Peru and

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UN commemorates 75th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

UN News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

UN commemorates 75th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

"Commemorating the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the auschwitz-birkenau death camp and the six million Jews and others murdered on Nazi orders during the Holocaust. UN Secretary General Antonio Cherish told a ceremony in New York on Monday that the world must recommit to preventing any repetition of those crimes. I'll solidarity in. The face of hatred is needed today. More than ever as we see deeply worrying resurgence of antisemitic attacks around the world. He said marking Holocaust remembrance. Day there is a global crisis anti Semitic hatred a constant stream of attacks targeting Jews the institutions and property Mister Gutierrez spelled out these upsurge event. Semitism cannot be seen in isolation from an extremely troubling increasing. Snow Phobia over phobia this cremation and eight hundred. In many parts of the world's targeting people on the basis of their identity including race ethnicity nationality religion sexual orientation disability and immigration nations

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is just simply a the PR stunt but there is something that did happen today which I think is very important and would have imagined that the day would come when the German president would result would we would re side dishes the other prayer in Hebrew in Jerusalem if that is precisely what German presidents Walter Franks don Meyer did today bearing witness to the miracle of the Jewish people in the Jewish state and you may want to explain to what the show he unfair is most of prayer reaffirmation and blessing that we have survived and and are at this moment we stayed on holidays and and other occasions but his saying it in Hebrew I agree was very dramatic moment that there were several and several things that people did when and the vice president went to the wall instead the memorial prayer you know the some of these and they will clearly sincere motivations on the part of many and they paid lip service to fighting anti semitism but I think it's a real test when you see the pew research and other showing that forty percent of of of American teens the only new fewer than forty percent know that six million Jews perished in the Holocaust right now I don't know if you know this for a number of years ago friends of ours were working on having German chancellor and Angela Merkel hold an event to denounce anti semitism at the von see conference the once the conference was held on January twentieth nineteen forty two toward the the final solution to the Jewish problem this is be a truly a fitting venue to organize an offensive against European and American anti semitism of the puzzle Alex the council about why it is the Soviets withheld information that they had when they overran the camp Malcolm in hours discussing earlier is there an answer from Russia we we why they why they did not communicate what they found at Auschwitz Birkenau in January of forty five why it took the revelations of the allies over running the camps from the west until the the scale of the murder was revealed I don't know specifically why that happened but I think that the one on a certain level it was it was very traumatic for people but at the same time it should not have been surprising because says of June of nineteen forty one the Jewish telegraphic agency the Daily News bulletin was sending out information about the murder of the Jews in in Russia and the Soviet Union.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WJR 760

"Shootings healthy job figures I'm Barbara sack evidence response teams up with on their task of investigating what went down and what was the mood of motive behind today shooting attack of the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida four people were killed including the shooter who was a Saudi national and eight others injured F. B. I. Jacksonville special agent in charge ritual role hot still work is going to be methodical and it will not and cannot be rushed they have only one chance to get this right and this is what we owe to the families they will be here to uncover are going to be our critical answers that we are all seeking this was the second shooting on a naval base this week the special agent in charge of the NCIS Hawaii field office Norman donosi says that Wednesday's shooting at the Pearl Harbor naval shipyard unfolded in a matter of twenty three seconds multiple items of evidentiary value having collected from the scene the subjects vehicle and the subjects barracks room forensic examination of the various electronic media belonging to the subject has started an effort to determine a motive if possible the unemployment rate dropped to three and a half percent last month as employers added two hundred and sixty six thousand jobs correspondent Christine Romans explains the manufacturing sector got a boost what's that all about GM and auto production after the GM strike ended a lot of those workers went back forty one thousand of those jobs are GM workers so manufacturing bouncing back because of the end of the GM strike German chancellor Angela Merkel voiced a feeling of deep shame during her first ever visit today at the former **** German death camp of Auschwitz Birkenau where Adolf Hitler's regime murdered more than a million people Merkel noted that her visit comes amid rising anti semitism involve her country would not tolerate it and number two step I'm Nick so beleskey a select quote agent with the true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year a woman named Linda just called her husband ray has a three hundred thousand.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Friday it warns about potential use of aged weapons like knives which is promoted by organizations like ISIS trucks Iverson ABC news the F. B. I. warning Americans that use face sap face app lets users change photographs to older persons age or gender it became popular early this year the FBI says the app could be taking information from your phone and sending it to Russian servers the FBI now treating any mobile lab coming out of Russia as a possible counter intelligence threat face that has yet to respond to the FBI warning Andy field ABC news Washington spent a pretty pretty tough year for former president Jimmy Carter he's hanging in there but he's back in the hospital this time Mr Carter is getting treatment for a urinary tract infection over the weekend he was admitted to a hospital a few miles away from his plains Georgia home town a statement from the Carter center says the former president is feeling better and looking forward to returning home soon this follows hospital visits earlier this year for two falls one of which for a fractured pelvis laughter month Carter had surgery to relieve pressure on his brain from a subdural hematoma Edgar Trachis ABC news Atlanta the but the Amazon pulling some Christmas ornaments following online protests but why the ornaments in question bore the images of the Auschwitz concentration camp the Auschwitz Birkenau state museum tweeted photos of the items and asked Amazon to remove them calling them inappropriate disturbing and disrespectful Amazon says in a statement that all sellers must follow guidelines and those who don't will be subject to action museum says it's calling on other sites to take down similar products now including a beach towel I'm sure it's it's become a symbol of **** Germany in the murder of six million Jews with over a million killed at the camp Terry Alden or ABC news news.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on AP News

"The move follows an appeal by the Auschwitz Birkenau state museum to remove the merchandise which included and I'll Schmitz bottle opener Anna Birkenau massacre mouse pad the museum says selling ornaments with images of outfits doesn't seem appropriate and that ouch fits on a bottle opener is quote disturbing and disrespectful the museum once another online shopping outlet way shopping to stop selling the products Amazon says all its sellers must follow the company selling guidelines and those that don't will have their products removed I'm my campaign

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Amazon pulls Auschwitz 'Christmas ornaments' after protest

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon pulls Auschwitz 'Christmas ornaments' after protest

"The move follows an appeal by the Auschwitz Birkenau state museum to remove the merchandise which included and I'll Schmitz bottle opener Anna Birkenau massacre mouse pad the museum says selling ornaments with images of outfits doesn't seem appropriate and that ouch fits on a bottle opener is quote disturbing and disrespectful the museum once another online shopping outlet way shopping to stop selling the products Amazon says all its sellers must follow the company selling guidelines and those that don't will have their products removed I'm my campaign

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Include her, this had to be in the cards, and now those cards are bearing themselves out in reality, who are these people who are they donating to and would you consider them, GOP or conservative turncoats? I know if you're thinking about the country as a whole and not your party. It's going to be clear as to what Ps conservative, billionaires, trying to pull on West Nile virus is here. The appear that back in two thousand eleven of you may remember I was down and out for about five or six weeks and it was a long time. I fell very ill at one of the civil war reenactments and found the big went out at Kearney. So you remember that vividly because you're like, why does it ghost and saying, funny, things I was hallucinating like crazy. And Emmanuel is holding out of their my kidneys were shutting down my brain was swelling. And I was pushed into intensive care over community where they took. Excellent care of me. And I was like semi conscious for a couple of weeks. I mean I. It was it was scary. I remember when I came out of it. I, I made a comment to the nurse. Is this Monday because I went down on Sunday and the nurse. Very cautiously says new which is Friday and I said, oh, man, I've been on for five days. No, you've been up for weeks. Gome about fell out of my bed, but though was never conclusive all things at the time. Quitting an expert that came down from Stanford. This was West Nile virus that I'd contract and again, I'll loosen dated like hell, it was I recall vividly, some of the things I saw and my wife at the time I scared by hell out of her West Nile virus and it symptoms. It's end result is who fee. It seems the manifest itself in many ways, some people at paralyzes some people at wrecks, their brain some this is not to be taken lightly. This is not to be messed with, and we have a local scare again with West Nile virus, and just a word to the wise, man. Just pay attention to that. Please AO. See Alexandra Cossio Cortez says we're running concentration camps on the border she'd been there. No. And she's getting up these holocaust comparisons to this border situation. You know how dare she do that? Let's remember one major fact. One major fact people. Jews gypsies homosexuals, even some Catholics did not voluntarily walk into Auschwitz Birkenau Bergen Belsen dot com Flossenburg Kaiser volt, none of these people went there of their own free. Will let's start there. You know, the problem, she says lies with the fascist regime of Donald Trump. No, no regime action here these people came willingly wanting to break American law to come into this country, regardless of their reasons, and how noble or not there are no concentration camps. And the comparisons to the holocaust are unforgivable. I mean, she's just insulted and alienated every Jew in her New York district if she hasn't done that already with some of other anti semitic comments here at home. Now you're gonna love this. I don't know. Matt, Christina talked about this or not, our state is going to kick in with the highest gas tax hike ever in the history of California beginning July the first gas taxes will go up a maximum of forty seven point three cents per gallon, so almost half buck per gallon. And with this one, you can say bye bye to more California residents, they're going to get outta here and blood of you. We're gonna get out of here. But what are you gonna have to cut out to afford gas, medical attention food? Come on. You know, you're gonna cut out air conditioning, so you can die on these hundred and five plus degree days. Those on fixed budgets are going to have to make cuts this state. You know, we hear this all the time this, this false false gigantic concern with those in poverty, which is now most of the state, what does this do to them proof? This state doesn't Iraq's ask about poverty, you know, and they use that for political excuses and vote baiting Bobby poverty, poverty, poverty gas going up forty seven point three cents a gallon and soon. President Trump's military transgender ban is upheld in court. This was an amazing action because the appeal court that upheld demand is in San Francisco. Also, the president has revived the no welfare rule for green cards and process. This is the way. This is the way it was until both GW Bush Brock Obama change things. Now, the president flips it back to the way, it was rightfully so I know you know, many on the left are gonna go berserk with this many on the right are going to say, thank you, Mr President, who saving the country more money. And with his mind, not that it really goes hand in hand. Millions of illegals are set to be deported. This is going to be a big action and soon. And this is going to give fodder to the eighty nine or so individuals running for president on the democratic side like nothing before, but you see this president doesn't care. He makes unpopular decisions and unpopular times because they have to be done and constantly, we have been screaming. This is the kind of person we've been looking for to do what's right for the country and politics and elections, be damned and opinions be damned, and we've got one and people hate him for it. Which I'm going to be easily protected SOGA do easily. Protect that one right? So get ready for a barrage of left-leaning stories about those established families that have been here for so long paying their taxes and the matriarch and, or the patriarch is going to be deported. This is not going to happen. This is not who we're talking about. But the media and the Democrats will make it up as they go along to, to fit their narrative, their dialogue in the mood of the reporting of the day as long as it's negative to the president of the United States. And I'm not shocked by this comment that's being passed around heavily in Washington, DC, McConnell, Trump others standing that the Mexicans are much more helpful in Gration issues now than the Democrats, you want examples examples, and I got a lot more to talk about today. We even have a bunch of issues left over from yesterday. I got so many, but later on I want to talk about this West Nile thing, and I really want you to pay attention. I think it's incredibly important and the gas hike that's going to be so big on the dance car today here at the Ray Appleton program. It's just plain ugly. This state is just plain ugly. Gavin Newsom says, you know, the, the Republican party is going down the toilet believe me, he's not far behind four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight and the toll free number from anywhere in the cosmos. I've been saying for thirty plus years, eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight..

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Leading the vandalism and trash accumulation one park superintendent said his staff will be reviewing how it handled this work stoppage. And what am I do differently in a future shutdown which could come as soon as next month? This is NPR news from Washington. A UN human rights expert is in Turkey to examine last. October's death of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi the week of meetings includes once with Turkey's foreign minister and the chief prosecutor in Istanbul. Kashogi was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Eleven people are facing charges in Saudi Arabia five face a possible death penalty. If convicted a Brazilian artists says she's begun colorizing black and white photographs of holocaust victims in an effort to bring them to life. NPR's? Amanda Morris says the project is called faces of Auschwitz more than two years ago. Marina Amaral colorized a photo of a fourteen year old girl killed an adequate the photo went viral and Amaral got messages from people saying they had no idea what the holocaust really represented until they saw the victims in color. I think when we look at the black and white photos. They are almost representing something all. Something that happened so many years ago, and it is difficult to to connect to the victims in a more deep in to make way. Now morale is working with the Auschwitz Birkenau memorial and museum to color. Thousands more phases. She wants to finish two hundred by the end of the year. Amanda Morris NPR news yesterday was international holocaust remembrance day. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KCRW

"The vandalism and trash accumulation one park superintendent said his staff will be reviewing how it handled this work stoppage. And what made you differently in a future shut down which could come as soon as next month? This is NPR news from Washington. A UN human rights expert is in Turkey to examine last. October's death of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi the week of meetings includes once with Turkey's foreign minister and the chief prosecutor in Istanbul for Shoji was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Eleven people are facing charges in Saudi Arabia five face a possible death penalty. If convicted a Brazilian artists says she's begun colorizing black and white photographs of holocaust victims in an effort to bring them to life. NPR's? Amanda Mora says the project is called faces of Al Schwartz more than two years ago. Marina Amaral Colorado's a photo of a fourteen year old girl killed an OSH wet. The photo went viral and Amaral got messages from people saying they had no idea what the holocaust really represented until they saw the victims in color. I think when we look at the black and white photos day are almost representing something all. Something that happened so many years ago, and it is difficult to to connect to the victims in a more deepen eight to make way. Now morale is working with the Auschwitz Birkenau memorial and museum to color thousands more as she wants to finish two hundred by the end of the year. Amanda Morris NPR news yesterday was international holocaust remembrance day. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Let's talk about food for these DNA of who we are for this. Our history for this employment food is national security. Chef Jose Andrea says food is everything we'll talk about his working the shutdown.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of people wearing red scarves are hats, March through Paris in the rain denouncing disorder and calling for democracy, interior minister says about ten thousand people turned out a day after the yellow vest movement held its Levin, Saturday demonstration restaurant owner neem Hanafi says she's lost a lot of business because of the weekly yellow vest protests and violence, they have had more than two months putting the CD upside down. So democracy is also about respecting others people point of view, people here say they are sick of a few thousand yellow vests protesters holding the country hostage. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris. This is NPR. Sunday was holocaust remembrance day. Although millions lost their lives in the holocaust for some that painful history seems distant now one Brazilian artist is trying to connect with the victims by bringing them to life through colorized photos. NPR's? Amanda Morris spoke with the artist about her project faces a mosh wits more than two years ago. Marina Amaral Colorado's a photo of a fourteen year old girl killed an Ashwin. The photo went viral and Amaral got messages from people saying they had no idea what the holocaust really represented until they saw the victims in color. I think when we look at the black and white photos. They are almost representing something old something that happened so many years ago, and it is difficult to to connect to the victims in a more deep and intimate way. Now morale is working with the Auschwitz Birkenau memorial and museum to color. Thousands more phases. She wants. Finish two hundred by the end of the year. Amanda Morris NPR news, the blockbuster movie. Black Panther took the top award at Sunday's twenty-fifth Screen Actors Guild awards. The wind puts Black Panther squarely in contention for best picture at next month's Academy Awards in the leading acting categories Glenn Close and Rami Mallika solidified themselves as front runners with wins that follow their triumphs of the Golden Globes the Amazon series the marvelous MRs miso about one the first three awards handed out Sunday including best ensemble and the comedy series. This is us when best for drama. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Ken and Lucy Leman family who appreciate that. For three decades NPR has helped them to better understand the complex nation and world through its in-depth coverage of events ideas and cultures and the corporation for public broadcasting. From WNYC in New York. This is on the media. Brooke Gladstone is off this week. I'm Bob Garfield position and said, I was not tissue respectful to Mr. Phillips. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him. I mean in hindsight, I wish we could've walked away avoided the whole thing. But I can't say that I'm sorry for listening to standing there. The mega kid nNcholas Sandman, the not, especially remorseful centerpiece of a week long national nervous breakdown in a moment. Some thoughts about where that episode has left us. You already know how it began. The down between high school students, and the native elder was everywhere. Newly elected congresswoman, Deb, Holland is among the first native Americans elected to congress and shave reacted on Twitter. Writing this veteran put his life on the line for our country. The students display of blatant hate disrespect. An intolerance is a signal of how common decency has decayed under this administration heartbreaking, the mainstream media quick reaction force was led by the Associated Press which reported that the kids.

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"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"auschwitz birkenau" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Almost three quarters of a century ago on this date a concentration camp was liberated. Those who survive will never forget the horror of walking off the unloading ramp from the whale car and arriving at hell on earth, the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp. Jacob Pandelli knows the trauma. Quickly as a conveyor belt night. I lose my anti family by the time. The camp was liberated one point one million people at Auschwitz, mostly Jews were murdered by the Nazis in two thousand and five UN adopted January twenty seven as the international holocaust victims remembrance day. Todd ant ABC news police in Paris are looking for a Bank seem euro of a hooded mournful girl, white stencilled artwork. A signature of the world. Famous street artists appeared just seven months ago door near the emergency exit of the buttock Lon theater and is believed to be a tribute to the ninety people killed at the concert venue during the Paris terror attacks in two thousand fifteen a police investigation is now underway to track down those responsible for the heist amid concerns that the artwork could be illicitly sold for millions of dollars. ABC's Jennifer Eccleston at the foreign desk, and the actor goes to well, we're going to find out tonight when the screen. Actors Guild awards are handed out. It's the last major award show before the Oscars. This is ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn.

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