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  • Mel Mermelstein Survived Auschwitz, Then Sued Holocaust Deniers in Court

    Fed up with the lies and anti-Semitism, a California businessman partnered with a lawyer to prove that the murder of 6 million Jews was established fact

    Read more: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/histo...3dXeDcGAl7f.99

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    • Not exactly on topic because much more than the Holocaust is covered, but...the new POLIN musuem in Warsaw about the history of Jews in Poland is absolutely magnificient. You need a day there to see all the material and testimonies collected and brilliantly displayed in frescoes and screens...not to mention artefacts and memorabilia. The museum covers the history of Jews from their arrival in Poland in the tenth century to today. Good jewish restaurant too. And great symbolic location opposite to the ghetto uprising memorial.

      Beautiful.

      http://www.polin.pl/en

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      • ^
        Not really new tho, it opened in 2013

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        • Then I supposed you found the time to visit already between two drinking binges?

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          • This user is on Holiday for two weeks. Mod H.
            Last edited by Hollis; 12-09-2018, 07:10 AM. Reason: This user is on holiday for two weeks

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            • I was wondering what that was, and I did not take a look at it since the poster did´nt even go to the trouble of telling us what this is about and just posted the vid.

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              • Originally posted by Telmar View Post
                I was wondering what that was, and I did not take a look at it since the poster did´nt even go to the trouble of telling us what this is about and just posted the vid.
                I reported him for trolling.

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                • Baptist pastor finds calling in post-Holocaust cemeteries

                  Poland's Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich said that initially, some were puzzled by Reece. "Steven is so unique, we're not used to people like that," he said.

                  "But as soon as I met him I realized that he was the real thing," Schudrich added. "There are special, unique, saintly people in the world. It transcends religion, nationality, and ethnicity. Steven Reece is one of them."

                  https://abcnews.go.com/International...eries-57818216

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