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27 jan Holocaust remembrance day 2016

le 27 janvier, à la date d’anniversaire de la libération du camp d’Auschwitz2.
ONU : Journée internationale dédiée à la mémoire des victimes de l’Holocauste, 27 janvier 2016

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his message for the Holocaust remembrance day 2016

26.01.2016
Secretary-General’s message on the occasion of the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust 2016
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International Holocaust Remembrance Day – #WeRemember

26.01.2016
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Today (January 27th) we mark the International Holocaust Remembrance Day and We Remember the genocide that resulted in the death of 6 million Jews.

On January 27, 1945, Soviet forces liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, discovering the largest Nazi killing center in Europe. Auschwitz has become a symbol of the Holocaust, representing the depths of man’s inhumanity to man.
#neveragain.

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LIVE: Auschwitz liberation to be remembered on 71st anniversary

Dozens of survivors and their relatives are expected to take part in the commemorations to mark the 71st anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Oswiecim, Poland on Wednesday, 27 January.
The President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, is also due to take part in the celebrations on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
On 27 January, 1945, Red Army troops liberated Auschwitz and more than 7,000 remaining prisoners in the largest extermination camp settled by the German Nazis.
Estimations report that at least 1.1 million people were murdered in Auschwitz between 1940 and 1945, from a total of 11 million killed during the Holocaust.

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President of European Parliament

27.01.2016
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President of EJC on Intl Holocaust Memorial Day

27.01.2016
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01/26: World to mark international Holocaust remembrance day

 27.01.2016
The News Today with Ayman Sikseck – 01/26/2016

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2016 International Holocaust Remembrance Day

26.01.2016
2016 International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
In a world where Antisemitism is once again on the rise, it is more important now than ever to understand the lessons of the Holocaust and remember the promise of “Never again.”
Listen to the testimonies, learn the lessons, and pass them on.

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PM Netanyahu Meets Holocaust Survivors

26.01.2016
ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו נפגש עם ניצולי שואה מעמותת “יד עזר לחבר” לקראת יום השואה הבינלאומי.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Holocaust survivors, ahead of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

וידאו: עומר מירון, לע”מ
סאונד: איתמר בוטון, לע”מ
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עמיר בניון – “האחרון שנשאר”- הקליפ הרשמי – לקראת יום השואה הבינלאומי

20.01.2014
עמיר בניון בשיר חדש לקראת יום השואה הבינלאומי ומסע הכנסת לפולין בה יבוצע השיר ב-27/1/14.

מלים: משה קלוגהפט. לחן: עמיר בניון

אני האחרון מכולם
ממעמקים קראתיך אדם
כל עוד בלבב נשמתי קוראת
נותרתי חי גם כשהייתי מת

אני האחרון שנשאר
נותרתי אדם כשהייתי מספר
כיכר הלחם אצלך בתפריט
ואצלי תמיד מתחת לכרית

ובמרוץ השליחים
נותרתי לבד
הלפיד עובר עכשיו
מיד ליד
קחו ממני הכל
אני הסנה הבוער
אתם תישארו כאן
כדי לספר

אני האחרון שנשאר
עוד שייך לדור המדבר
אין לי מנוחה אני נע ונד
ורק הזכרונות בקרון לכיוון אחד

אני האחרון שנשאר
חוזר עכשיו אל מחוזות העבר
הדשא הזה ירוק מאימה
אני קורא אלייך אמא אדמה

ובמרוץ השליחים
נותרתי לבד
הלפיד עובר עכשיו
מיד ליד
קחו ממני את הכל
אני הסנה הבוער
ואתם תישארו כאן
כדי לספר

ומיליוני עיניים
בוהות בי עכשיו
איך אוכל לוותר
אני האחרון שנשאר
כדי לספר

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Why We Remember The Holocaust

21.04.2010
This video was created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This video describes the Holocaust, days of remembrance, and why we as nation remember these events. It is intended for both organizers and for general audience.

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BBC London: Holocaust Memorial Day

26.01.2016

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Chorley Holocaust Memorial Service 2016 – Lancashire Headline News

26.01.2016
Holocaust memorial services are set to take place across Lancashire.

The Memorial Day is on January 27th – the anniversary date of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, by the Soviet Union in 1945.

The theme for this year’s commemoration is “Don’t Stand By”, which urges people not to be bystanders to hate crime.

Our reporter HOLLY JONES attended Chorley’s memorial service over the weekend…

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Steven Spielberg speaks – International Holocaust Memorial Day, 2014

28.01.2014
International Holocaust Memorial Day, 2014
Steven Spielberg speaks

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רואים עולם – ראיון עם שרת החוץ של רואנדה: כיצד נחלצים מהטראומה של רצח העם?

23.1.2016
יום הזיכרון הבינלאומי לשואה ולגבורה, יום שחרור מחנה המוות אושוויץ יצוין בשבוע הבא בטקסים בשגרירויות ישראל ברחבי העולם. גם ברואנדה אשר באפריקה, יצוין יום הזיכרון לשואה. הטכס ייערך במוזיאון לזכר רצח העם בקיגאלי, בירת רואנדה. ברצח העם שם, לפני עשרים ואחת שנים, נרצחו כשמונה מאות אלף בני אדם: רצח העם הדומה ביותר לשואה. יעקב אחימאיר שאל את שרת החוץ של רואנדה, לואיז מאשיקיוואבו, כיצד נחלצים מן הטראומה של הג’נוסייד?

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World observes Holocaust Remembrance Day: Poland, Russia, Argentina, UN, & Israel’s Yad Vashem

01.02.2012
See how the world observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2012. Survivors and officials took part in Poland’s sombre ceremony at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp marking the 67th anniversary of its liberation. People prayed and laid candles at the foot of a monument for the camp’s victims. Directors at the memorial and museum said the 70-year anniversary of the start of the mass killings made this year’s memorial particularly special. The only remaining door to one of the gas chambers was displayed.

In Germany, the Bundestag honoured those killed with a ceremony. Leaders made poignant calls for Germans to stand up against right-wing extremism and hatred. Their words carried extra resonance, after a recent study found that about one in every five Germans holds Anti-Semitic attitudes. 91-year-old Warsaw ghetto survivor Marcel Reich-Ranicki also spoke, and reminded those listening that the deportation of Warsaw’s Jews had only been for genocide.

In Belgrade, the Serbian president laid a wreath at the monument to the victims of WWII, which was located inside a former concentration camp. In his speech, he said that Serbia wanted to join the European community, and that in Europe, there was no place for those who could commit such crimes.

In Moscow, the Russian Jewish community marked the day with a ceremony in one of the city’s main synagogues. The chief rabbi of Russia told the audience that the unborn children of the victims needed to be remembered as well, while the German ambassador to Russia said the Holocaust would forever remain “the blackest page in Germany’s history.”

Things were less serene in Vienna, Austria, where almost 3000 people gathered to protest against the Wiener Korporations Ball (WKR Ball), known for attracting right-wing fraternities and extremists. The timing was inflammatory, being held on the anniversary of Auschwitz.

But there was more dignity across the Atlantic. In Argentina, which has the continent’s largest Jewish community, people gathered in Buenos Aires for a special event. In attendance was Argentina’s Jewish foreign minister, Hector Timerman, but the day’s most emotional words came from the president of the Delegation of Argentine Jewish Associations. He said that with the survivors’ “skin tattooed with the mark of infamy, and their hearts wounded by a wrongful past, they constitute a living testament to the darkest days of humanity.”

In New York, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon dedicated this year’s Remembrance Day to children who were victims of the Holocaust. He made this statement, “We will never know what these children might have contributed to our world. And among the survivors, many were too shattered to tell their stories. Today, we seek to give voices to those accounts. That is why the United Nations continues to teach the universal lessons of the Holocaust.”

Continuing to teach the universal lessons of the Holocaust wasn’t enough, said Israel’s ambassador to the UN. Ambassador Ron Prosor had this to say, “At this very podium, Iran’s Ahmadinejad stands every year and shamelessly denies the Holocaust, while his government threatens to carry [out] another one. Our duty is clear. It is not enough to be good. We must know what to do when we face evil. It is not enough to know [for] what we stand, for we must know what we stand against.”

Holocaust survivor Dr. Robert Krell asked some pointed questions to those assembled, “Are we hearing Holocaust denial not from some misguided individuals, but from nations represented here at the United Nations? The world’s longest hatred has found new practitioners. Has Anti-Semitism found fertile ground once again? Will the words that are heard today lead to genocide tomorrow? Fortunately you have chosen to mark this day of Holocaust remembrance as a reminder of what is possible when racism and prejudice run wild.”

Visitors to the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum saw a new exhibition of drawings made by Jews during the Nazi era. The “Last Portrait” exhibition consisted of hundreds of black and white portraits of Jews during WWII living in ghettos and concentration camps. As visitors walked along the white walls, many examined the drawings looking to find familiar faces, family members, or friends. Curators and researchers from the Museum of Holocaust Art used Yad Vashem’s databases and archives to retrieve information about the subjects in the portraits.

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International Holocaust Rememberance Day

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Avner Shalev – International Holocaust Remembrance Day – January 27, 2015

28.01.2015
Keynote address of Yad Vashem Chair Avner Shalev to the UN General Assembly marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015 and focusing on the theme “Life, Liberty and the Legacy of the Survivors”.
http://www.yadvashem.org/27th/index.asp

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Pinkas Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery , Prague January 27, 2015 Holocaust Remembrance Day

25.01.2015
Next vidéo : February 4 ,2015 Prochain vidéo : 4 Février 2015
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Pinkas Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery , Prague

January 27 , 2015 .International Holocaust Remembrance Day
27 January 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Over 1.1 million people were killed in Auschwitz, including nearly 1 million Jews and tens of thousands of Poles, Roma and Sinti, Soviet prisonners of war and political opponents from all over Europe.

27 Janvier 2015 marque le 70e anniversaire de la libération de la concentration et d’extermination nazie camp allemand d’Auschwitz-Birkenau, un site du patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Plus de 1,1 millions de personnes ont été tuées à Auschwitz, dont près de 1 million de Juifs et des dizaines de milliers de Polonais, Roms et des Sintis, prisonniers de guerre soviétiques et des opposants politiques de toute l’Europe.

Pinkas Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery , Prague

Pinkas Synagogue is dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust from Bohemia and Moravia; their names are inscribed on the walls of the main nave and adjoining areas. The interior of the synagogue comprises Memorial 77,297, which was designed and executed by the painters Václav Boštík and Jiří John (1923-1972) between 1954 and 1959. The memorial was closed in 1968, however, since the building was in an increasingly poor state of repair. After remaining closed for a long time, the building was eventually reconstructed and, following the collapse of the Communist regime, a project was launched to renovate the memorial, which reopened in 1996.

The text of the inscriptions was compiled from card indexes, which were drawn up shortly after the war on the basis of extant transport papers, registration lists and survivor’s accounts. The names of Holocaust victims, together with their dates of birth and death, are inscribed on all the interior walls.

Pinkas Synagogue et Cimetière juif de Prague

Pinkas Synagogue est dédié aux victimes juives de l’Holocauste de la Bohême et de la Moravie; leurs noms sont inscrits sur les murs des principales zones nef et adjacentes. L’intérieur de la synagogue comprend Memorial 77297, qui a été conçu et exécuté par les peintres Václav Bostik et Jiří John (1923-1972) entre 1954 et 1959. Le mémorial a été fermé en 1968, cependant, puisque le bâtiment était dans un état de plus en plus pauvres de la réparation. Après être resté fermé pendant une longue période, le bâtiment a finalement été reconstruit et, suite à l’effondrement du régime communiste, un projet a été lancé pour rénover le monument, qui a rouvert en 1996.

Le texte des inscriptions a été compilé à partir des indices de cartes, qui ont été établis peu après la guerre sur la base des documents de transport existant, des listes d’inscription et les comptes de survivant. Les noms des victimes de l’Holocauste, ainsi que leurs dates de naissance et de mort, sont inscrits sur tous les murs intérieurs.

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משואה – המכון הבינלאומי ללימודי השואה

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Entire Speech to German Bundestag (Parliament) on Holocaust Remembrance Day

30.01.2010
(Jan. 27, 2010) Israeli President Shimon Peres delivered a historic speech to the German Bundestag on the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The speech was the central part of a special session convened by the German Parliament, hosted by President of the Bundestag Norbert Lammert, and attended by German President Horst Koehler, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German President of the Federal Constitutional Court Hans-Jürgen Papier, and members of the German Parliament.

The speech marked the highlight of the President’s three-day state visit to Germany, during which he was accompanied by a delegation of Israeli youth and holocaust survivors. The German government received President Peres warmly, accompanying his entrance with three phantom fighter jets and receiving him upon landing with a gun salute. The President held a special memorial service with his delegation and the President of Germany at the famous platform 17 of the Grunewald train station, from which 55,000 of Berlin’s Jews were expelled. The President also met with Chancellor Merkel who express German impatience with the Iranian government. Following the visit, the President continued to the World Economic Forum at Davos.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day-2013 at the European Parliament

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UN International Holocaust Memorial Day

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

International Holocaust Memorial Day

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