Where was God during the Holocaust? No human being can answer that question, but there are a number of interpretations.

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A photo was taken of a girl holding an Israeli flag outside of the entrance to Auschwitz. Facebook flagged it as “insensitive” but has since apologized.

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The eight-line poem, half of which was copied from a Dutch book of verse, is dated March 28, 1942, shortly before Anne and her family went into hiding from the Netherlands’ wartime Nazi occupiers in a secret apartment in an Amsterdam canal house.

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Denise and Micheline Lévy, 9 and 8, were captured in February 1944 and sent to Auschwitz. Their dolls were found lying in the snow and were picked up by a shopkeeper who then passed them through the generations. Now, they will be displayed in the Shoah Memorial in Paris.

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The fate of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust and then mysteriously disappeared, has come to light through the diaries of Ivan Serov, the first head of the notorious Soviet KGB.

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Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, the Romanian-born Holocaust survivor of Auschwitz, whose classic “Night” became a landmark testament to the Nazis’ crimes and launched Wiesel’s long career as one of the world’s foremost witnesses and humanitarians, has died at age 87.

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