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yesterday 60years liberation of Auschwitz

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mundial

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yesterday was the 60years day of libaretting the nazi consentration camp
Auschwitz and birkenow..
i can tell you that my granmother Golda was in there , so for her it was one
of the days that you dont know how to feel glad for liberation or sad for the
lost family!!!
i am glad to be a grandson of 2 survivels from Auschwitz and bergen belsen
death camps of the nazi!!! also i have to say that my grandmother and
grandfather live to see 4th generation in the family :)
i hope everybody will remember the history that i hope never come again
to remind you that 1.5 mililon people have being killed in Auschwitz and birkenow!!! its important to live in peace and anderstand to let others
live the life in way they chose to live or to be
god bless you all
eyal
http://www.auschwitz.org.pl/
 
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island_sands

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Hi Mundial,

You must feel so proud and also sad at the same time. That's amazing that you still have your grandparents alive still and they have lived through the generations. I cannot begin to imagine how they must have felt yesterday, remembering those 60 years ago.

God bless,
Sara
 

Ender

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mundial said:
most important is to remember this so that kind of things wont hapend again
never

Word up.

Too bad a lot of people seem to have a really short memory. Guess we'll just have to keep reminding them...
 

roy_nexus_6

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I never got to meet my grandparents (from both mothers and fathers side).
My fathers family (his mother, father and 6 of his siblings) were murdered in the Bergen-Belzen, a NAZI concentration camp .

My mothers parents were starved to death during the "great march to communism" in the Soviet Russia.

Unfortunately there are still people (some misguided and others who are simply evil) who want to return to the "good old days" of the National Socialism and Communism all over the world.


to that I say; NEVER AGAIN.
 

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Both of my grandfathers fought in WWII, one was RCAF Air crew, the other was a sapper with the Canadian Army, who had some pretty awful stories of the camps they encountered. hopefully never again.
 

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War is the tool for greedy people to get richer. While there are greedy people there will be wars.
Only in the free world can we vote against wars.
And do we?
NO!!!
Back to Diving.
 
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mundial

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Amphibious said:
Both of my grandfathers fought in WWII, one was RCAF Air crew, the other was a sapper with the Canadian Army, who had some pretty awful stories of the camps they encountered. hopefully never again.
i remember that when i was in tofino in canada day i found a veterns club
i step inside and a nice women asked me if i am a family of vatern i told
her that my grandfather was in the red army in the famos fight over stalingrad
she asked me to wright some word in the guest book and i did so !!!
i like to say thank you canada veterns for helping and fighting ....
we had a wonderfull night there at night after canada day
with a girl band from alberta (i forgot the name ) a famos and a very good
band
here is a proud canadian vetern
 
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Amphibious

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Thanks Mundial, Canadians take their veterans affairs very seriously. we're not a very large country, an were much smaller back then, but from 1939-45 half a million Canadians went to war, 40,000 never came home. Your autograph in the guest book probably made quite a few of them smile :D
 
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