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                  A Letter of Concern by Ukrainian Historians Regarding the Plans to Construct the Babi Yar Holocaust Memorial Center
                  A Letter of Concern by Ukrainian Historians Regarding the Plans to Construct the Babi Yar Holocaust Memorial Center
                  29.03.2017, Holocaust

                  We find it wrong to limit Babyn Yar exclusively to the history of the Holocaust, ignoring other victims and other dramatic moments connected to the site.

                  Canadian family discovers heirloom on display at Yad Vashem
                  Canadian family discovers heirloom on display at Yad Vashem
                  24.03.2017, Holocaust

                  Powder compact was given by husband to his wife in Lodz ghetto.

                  Bulgarian church nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for saving Jews
                  Bulgarian church nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for saving Jews
                  13.03.2017, Holocaust

                  Israeli group seeks support for recognition of Independent Orthodox Church’s bravery during WWII.

                  Baltic Death March Victims Remembered in Kaliningrad
                  Baltic Death March Victims Remembered in Kaliningrad
                  23.02.2017, Holocaust

                  A solemn ceremony was conducted in Kaliningrad, Russia last week, commemorating the thousands of Jewish victims of the Baltic “Death march” and its aftermath in 1945.

                  Jewish Holocaust heroes and heroines honored in Paris
                  Jewish Holocaust heroes and heroines honored in Paris
                  14.02.2017, Holocaust

                  B’nai B’rith gives award to nine overlooked French natives

                  FSU’s Jewish Communities Remember Holocaust Victims
                  FSU’s Jewish Communities Remember Holocaust Victims
                  31.01.2017, Holocaust

                  Last Friday Jewish communities across the FSU came together to commemorate the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, with memorial events taking place in almost every one of the Federation’s 100 larger communities. The region’s youth programs also actively participated in the commemorations.

                  Thousands of ‘We Remember’ photos projected at Auschwitz-Birkenau as WJC campaign reaches millions world-wide
                  Thousands of ‘We Remember’ photos projected at Auschwitz-Birkenau as WJC campaign reaches millions world-wide
                  25.01.2017, Holocaust

                  Thousands of photos of people holding ‘’We remember’ or ‘I remember’’ signs in honor of the victims of the Holocaust are put on display on a giant screen at the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau from 24 until 26 January 2017, ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day this Friday.

                  Grave of 14 Jewish WWII victims revealed Near Pskov
                  Grave of 14 Jewish WWII victims revealed Near Pskov
                  16.12.2016, Holocaust

                  14 Jewish WWII victims buried near Pskov: 3 Communities Come Together to Complete the Mission

                  Ukrainian city Rivne commemorates Holocaust victims
                  Ukrainian city Rivne commemorates Holocaust victims
                  08.11.2016, Holocaust
                  Residents of the Ukrainian city of Rivne have commemorated the victims of one the largest-scale killings in the history of the Holocaust, which took place at the Sosesnki woods near the city seventy-five years ago. Over the course of November 6 and 7, a mere two days, 17,5 thousand Jews were murdered in this locale.
                  Brains and other body parts of Holocaust victims used by the Nazis for experiments discovered in the Max Plank Psychiatric Insti
                  Brains and other body parts of Holocaust victims used by the Nazis for experiments discovered in the Max Plank Psychiatric Insti
                  05.09.2016, Holocaust

                  Dozens of brains and other body parts of Holocaust victims were discovered at the Max Planck Psychiatric Institute in Munich, Germany, when the building was undergoing renovations.

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