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Auschwitz Photograph - Remembering The Painful Past by Randi Grace Nilsberg

Remembering The Painful Past is a photograph by Randi Grace Nilsberg which was uploaded on March 30th, 2013.

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Thank you so much everyone for your comments and support! I have been on 2 school trips with my kids to visit Auschwitz, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sachsenhausen and Ravensbrück. I think all of these teenagers learned something very important from these trips. They learned how lucky they are living in a free country like Norway and also to care for each other.

Wow, this is so strikingly beautiful. Voted here and in the "Selective Coloring" contest.

This shot says it all, I was there and it is very humbling.

......Indeed!! v

Very powerful image. v/f

A touching remembrance of terrible events. v

Yes, Cynthia, this has to be remembered so it won't happen again.

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