Why is the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising so important?
Presenting a united front on Holocaust remembrance should not be a temporary mirage
As part of their meticulous plans to exterminate the Jewish people, the Nazis established ghettos throughout occupied Europe. With false excuses such as preserving public health, they forced thousands and thousands of Jews to live in it Small and narrow spaces
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