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We represent what has been

After listening to witnesses of the Shoah and texts by people deported from our city (suitable for their age), the children represented with drawings what they heard. This drawing represents Mussolini and Hittler

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We represent what has been

After listening to witnesses of the Shoah and texts by people deported from our city (suitable for their age), the children represented with drawings what they heard. This drawing represents everything that happened to Edy Bueno after the release of the racial laws in Italy

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We represent what has been

After listening to witnesses of the Shoah and texts by people deported from our city (suitable for their age), the children represented with drawings what they heard. This drawing represents the moment of the capture of Jewish people in the street.

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We represent what has been

Students listened to recorded testimonies and book readings of Holocaust survivors (suitable for their age) and then represented with drawings what they heard

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We represent what has been

Students listened to recorded testimonies and book readings of Holocaust survivors (suitable for their age) and then represented with drawings what they heard

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We represent what has been

The student represented what he had left after talking about the story of some Italian characters who were deported and then were able to tell their story

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We represent what has been

The little girl represented what she had left after talking about the story of some Italian characters who were deported

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We represent what has been

The student represented what he had left after talking about the story of some Italian characters who were deported

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Don Roberto Angeli deported

The student represented a priest from our city deported to Auschwitz

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We represent what has been

The little girl represented what she had left after talking about the story of some Italian characters who were deported and then were able to tell their story

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