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Holocaust Memorial Day 2009
Holocaust Memorial Day 2009
to resist make a choice to respect to protect © USHMM © Global Business Assist
Acts of Hatred always involve making a choice to attack abuse exclude © The Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide
Occupied Europe Cambodia Bosnia Rwanda Darfur The past is from it we can learn to protect ourselves and our communities from the forces of hatred. 1933 - 1945 1975 - 1979 1992 1994 2003 – Present Date powerful
Occupied Europe 1933 - 1945 © Aegis Trust
Cambodia 1975 - 1979 © Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide
Bosnia 1992 © PhotoArts
Rwanda 1994 © HMDT
Darfur 2003 to present day
Occupied Europe © Bill Hunt Cambodia © Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide.
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