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Tears and blood.

They were only allowed to suffer and death.

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The eye of suffering.

Everywhere, their eyes saw only suffering. There was only death.

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The iron road of death

It’s sad to know that you’re going to the unknown. It’s awful to discover that the road has an ugly end: death.

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History … beyond words

The works were made up of students from the high school classes. They are not students in art class but they have tried through color, symbols, image, to convey what they understand through the Holocaust. These are works of children who see and understand the world not as art but as emotion, empathy, tolerance, understanding. […continue]

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History … beyond words

The works were made up of students from the high school classes. They are not students in art class but they have tried through color, symbols, image, to convey what they understand through the Holocaust. These are works of children who see and understand the world not as art but as emotion, empathy, tolerance, understanding. […continue]

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History … beyond words

The works were made up of students from the high school classes. They are not students in art class but they have tried through color, symbols, image, to convey what they understand through the Holocaust. These are works of children who see and understand the world not as art but as emotion, empathy, tolerance, understanding. […continue]

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