Hundreds of Holocaust survivors will join delegates from world governments at the Auschwitz concentration camp on the 75th anniversary of its liberation. Jewish groups urged Germany to do more to combat anti-Semitism.
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On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army liberated the prisoners in Auschwitz. What they found was unfathomable.
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