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10 WWII Heroes: Irena Sendler || Le Chaim (on the right)

Irena Sendler, I was brought up to believe a person must be rescued when drowning, regardless of religion and nationality , Holocaust Rescuer, 10 WWII Heroes: Irena Sendler

They say history repeats itself. We need to learn from the past so we don't repeat it.//It started with politicians dividing the people with US verses THEM It started with intolerance & hate speech And when people stopped caring, and became desensitized mindlessly obedient and turned a blind eye.

It started with politicians dividing the people with us versus them. It started with intolerance and hate speech and when people stopped caring they became desensitized mindlessly obedient and turned a blind eye. It also started with GUN CONTROL.

Peter Aldor : Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies : University of Minnesota ~ Drawings by the Holocaust survivor artist Peter Aldor. Published by the Borochow-kr association, 1944-1945. Holocaust Memorial Art Album 1945 Hungary.

Peter Aldor : Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies : University of Minnesota ~ Drawings by the Holocaust survivor artist Peter Aldor. Published by the Borochow-kr association, Holocaust Memorial Art Album 1945 Hungary.

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If you held a minute of silence for every person killed in the Holocaust, you would stay silent for 11 years.

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica)    Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art.    Also, 27 January is Holocaust Remembrance Day in the UK.

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica) Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art. For Holocaust remembrence