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Old 01-31-2020, 07:11 PM
 
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After all the decades of silence, it was nice for them that the subject moved to the fore, even if a half-century after the fact.


At Auschwitz, Survivors Plead ‘Never Forget’
“I feel uplifted when I see so many of you here who will carry the memory of innocent people from all nations of the world who met their death here,” she said, her voice often cracking with emotion. “You will make sure that those horrors are never repeated. I’m sorry, I apologize for the emotions.”
Fifteen years ago, some 1,500 survivors attended the anniversary event. This year, there were about 200, and, for many, it is likely to be their last visit.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...tW9?li=BBnb4R5
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Old 01-31-2020, 07:24 PM
 
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The world owes it to them to never forget.
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Old 01-31-2020, 10:29 PM
 
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Having gone to Auschwitz was life changing. I wish more people could experience it.
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Old 02-01-2020, 07:41 PM
 
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Having gone to Auschwitz was life changing. I wish more people could experience it.
Been to Dachau ... it was kinda hollowed out though..Ill be in krakow this summer still debating if I should drive out to Auschwitz when im there... we shall see
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Old 02-01-2020, 10:44 PM
 
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The tour includes Auschwitz and Bierkinwald. I had a panic attack and took off my coat and sweater until I only had a tank top on and stuck my head out of a window to breathe but I was determined to finish the tour. Be sure and see the salt mines which are full of statues and chapels carved out of salt by the miners when not working. Also the town square is awesome with restaurants, shopping and a beautiful church. Kraków is one of my favorite cities and I have been there twice. Poland is very cheap as their money is 3/4 of ours.
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Old 02-02-2020, 09:32 AM
 
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The tour includes Auschwitz and Bierkinwald. I had a panic attack and took off my coat and sweater until I only had a tank top on and stuck my head out of a window to breathe but I was determined to finish the tour. Be sure and see the salt mines which are full of statues and chapels carved out of salt by the miners when not working. Also the town square is awesome with restaurants, shopping and a beautiful church. Kraków is one of my favorite cities and I have been there twice. Poland is very cheap as their money is 3/4 of ours.
I’ll check it out. Yeah I’ve been to Poland before . Not krakow but one of my business associates from Hungary wants to meet up somewhere in June and we were thinking krakow . I’m gonna be in Lithuania and was going to drive but I think I’ll just fly to Kaunas cause I’m not in the mood to drive 8 hours through Poland lol . Thanks for the info .
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Old Today, 07:54 PM
 
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Having gone to Auschwitz was life changing. I wish more people could experience it.
Maybe they should have obliged all Germans to experience it.
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After all the decades of silence, it was nice for them that the subject moved to the fore, even if a half-century after the fact.


At Auschwitz, Survivors Plead ‘Never Forget’
“I feel uplifted when I see so many of you here who will carry the memory of innocent people from all nations of the world who met their death here,” she said, her voice often cracking with emotion. “You will make sure that those horrors are never repeated. I’m sorry, I apologize for the emotions.”
Fifteen years ago, some 1,500 survivors attended the anniversary event. This year, there were about 200, and, for many, it is likely to be their last visit.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...tW9?li=BBnb4R5
Imagine being a survivor and taking this tour . OMG! The emotion, anguish, floods of memories. I may do it once just so I could walk in and know I could leave, but once would be enough.
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