75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, we see efforts to diminish the Holocaust & deny or downplay the responsibility of its perpetrators.— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) 2020年1月27日
But we will never forget.
We will continue telling the stories of victims & honour them by building peace & justice around the world. pic.twitter.com/b1LXL11QVQ
The Holocaust began with words - and in the era of the internet & social media, the power of propaganda is more devastating than ever.— UNESCO (@UNESCO) 2020年1月27日
But education & knowledge can help prevent genocide.
27 January is International #HolocaustRemembrance Day
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75 years ago today over 7,000 prisoners of the German Nazi #Auschwitz camp, including ca. 700 children, were liberated by the soldiers of the Soviet army. 1,689 days of murder, humiliation, suffering, and pain were over. Today we all remember. | #Auschwitz75 #OnThisDay pic.twitter.com/af5m1cs83d— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) 2020年1月27日
Between 1940-1945 German Nazis deported ca. 1,3 million people to #Auschwitz: 1,1 mln Jews, 150k Poles, 23k Roma, 15k Soviet POWs & 25k others incl. almost 400 Jehova's witnesses and at least 77 homosexuals. Around 1,1 million people were murdered in Auschwitz, 90% Jews.— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) 2020年1月27日
Out of 1,3 million deported 400,000 people became prisoners of the camp while 900,000 people were murdered in gas chambers after arrival. The estimated number of people murdered in the German Nazi Auschwitz camp is: 1 mln Jews, 75k Poles, 21k Roma, 14k Soviet POWs & 12k others.— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) 2020年1月27日