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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Petar Mihalev – a righteous person of the world By Lyuboslava Todorova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Ana Surchadjieva – a righteous person of the world By Stela Dimitrova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Irene Sendler – the woman who saved thousands of jewish children By Plamena Rumenova Krasteva

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Anne Frank – the girl, who would have become a great author By Tsveta Lachezarova Petrova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Ester Gordon – Would have been a successful doctor today   By Simona Yordanova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Those who do not remember the past is doomed to repeat it.   By Nikoleta Kostadinova Nikolova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

For them people’s lives “mattered the most”. A few dimes for the cost of thousands of lives.   By Aleksandra Aleksandrova Radolova

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Whispers of Salvation by Rostislava Nacheva

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Days in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and Social Justice

Thirst for Life by Rostislava Nacheva

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Holocaust

The symbol of the Holocaust

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