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Holocaust

The “iconic” entrance of the Auschwitz camp

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“This drawing represents the holocaust, knowing that the word itself, covered in blood, shows the suffering of the people who were in the concentration camps, due to the Nazi party, represented by its symbol inside of the word holocaust. All of this is inside the wire grids, where the prisoners were”. – Gabriel Jesus, 9th […continue]

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“This drawing represents all the families that were separated and destroyed during this terrible historical period. We can see a family crying and a guard trying to separate them.” – Ana Rita, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a […continue]

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Margarida Cancela, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a request of the teachers Márcia Moreira and Andreia Nascimento.

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Tásia Nicolau, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a request of the teachers Márcia Moreira and Andreia Nascimento.

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“Tears From The Past”. – Eduardo Santos, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a request of the teachers Márcia Moreira and Andreia Nascimento.

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“This work is named ” Bloody eye”. With this piece of art, I wanted to showcase the hate and the urge to exterminate the jews. Here, I wanted to demonstrate the hate directly in their eyes, showing the brainwashed obsession of spilling the jewish blood”. – Sofia Mendes, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, […continue]

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“The repression of the judaism”. – Rodrigo Andrade, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a request of the teachers Márcia Moreira and Ana Teixeira.

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“Humanity against all odds”. – Francisca Pereira, 9th grade, Colégio Nossa Senhora da Paz, Porto, Portugal. This work was carried out in the subjects of History and Arts as a request of the teachers Márcia Moreira and Ana Teixeira.

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“So, in my project we can find some elements: a giant wave, 3 swastikas, and some Jewish people drowning. The giant wave symbolizes the extermination of the Jewish people in the all world by Nazis, the Jewish people drowning symbolize the suffer and the murder of them in the Holocaust and the 3 swastikas symbolize […continue]

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