Peter Gardosch was 13 when he was taken to Auschwitz. He was the only one of his family to survive the Holocaust. For years, he could not talk about it — not even to his wife.
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The names of 10 million victims of the Holocaust are recorded in the Arolsen Archives. For a week, these names will be projected publicly in Berlin, and shared with the world via livestream.
In 1945, Nazi prisoners were marched past Rembert Boese's family home. Years later, after learning about the incident, he investigated the harrowing death march. Today, he wants the victims to be remembered properly.
Auschwitz survivors urged for their experiences and those who died not to be forgotten, saying Holocaust denial amounts to murdering the victims "a second time over."
Prominent German Jewish figures have warned of the danger of conspiracy theories and rising anti-Semitism during the Bundestag's annual Holocaust memorial service.
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