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The Soldier Who Voluntarily Became a Prisoner in Auschwitz – YouTube Video

I saw this on YouTube and thought he deserved being remembered. The Soldier Who Voluntarily Became a Prisoner in Auschwitz – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3qHnfxQmKk&list=PL6_ErRL1Q_4Z3w2e6Z7ulmP7_jc20x6n0 (around 13:09 minutes long). Wikipedia links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold_Pilecki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilecki%27s_Report Find-A-Grave memorials: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/140947690/witold-pilecki https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/140987866/witold-pilecki (cenotaph)  

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Forgiveness: Letting go of grudges and bitterness – Mayo Clinic Forgiveness Sundays October 13, 2019

I found this article last night on the Mayo Clinic, looks like it was published November 2017, and I thought it was a good Forgiveness Sundays article – Forgiveness: Letting go of grudges and bitterness: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/forgiveness/art-20047692. Who hasn’t been hurt … Continue reading

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Forgiveness – An Odd Take – Forgiveness Sundays October 6, 2019

As I planned for today’s Forgiveness Sundays post, I had planned on going a different route. I couldn’t find my Draft for the post I wanted to make.  So I searched online for it as I thought there would be … Continue reading

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Mark Felton Productions – Featured Vlogger of the Week – September 25, 2019

I chose Mark Felton Productions as the Featured Vlogger of the Week – September 25, 2019: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfCKvREB11-fxyotS1ONgww/. He has 266 videos available, and 335K subscribers as of earlier today.  He had 88,250,086 views views as of a few hours ago. He joined … Continue reading

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Auschwitz concentration camp and the dilemma of selfies — RENEGADE7X

Following my previous article called Quick trip to Salt Mine Wieliczka in Poland here is another of my Polish trip. After our salt mine tours me and my family headed to nearby town Oswiecim. 42 more words via Auschwitz concentration camp … Continue reading

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz — The Bibliofile

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris has been on the bestseller lists for so, so, so long, but I tend to shy away from WWII books (just because there tend to be a lot of them) so I’d been … Continue reading

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I Survived The Holocaust Twin Experiments YouTube Video – Forgiveness Sundays August 18, 2019

In searching forgive on YouTube, I came across this video and felt it was appropriate to the topic of Forgiveness Sundays – I Survived The Holocaust Twin Experiments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdgPAetNY5U (about 14:48 minutes long) I read through the transcript as I … Continue reading

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Ancestry® Unveils Two Unique Holocaust Record Collections, Making Them Searchable Online for the First Time Ever – July 31, 2019

Length 562 words. I didn’t see this on Ancestry until today – Ancestry® Unveils Two Unique Holocaust Record Collections, Making Them Searchable Online for the First Time Ever: https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/#. This is in addition to an earlier post: More than 13 … Continue reading

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U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Railcar 23rd Anniversary

On this day in 1991, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum added a railcar as a permanent exhibit. http://neveragain.ushmm.org/news/entry/railcar-permanent-exhibition. If you are not familiar with why a railcar is a big deal, this link from the Holocaust Museum in Houston may … Continue reading

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Holocaust Remembrance Day 2014 – Lest We Forget

In memory of Holocaust Remembrance Day 2014, this post is to remember the 6 million Jews and estimated 9 – 14 million non-Jews killed during the Holocaust. I found a Virtual Jerusalem website article while writing this post. The link estimates 15 … Continue reading

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