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THE HOLOCAUST WAS NOT A MOVIE !

Let the past be just a movie !

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Beyond the walls

Holocaust, broken hearts, crushed lives

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TERROR

A drawing that expresses the pain and despair of those who have known the experience of the Holocaust

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The consequences of the war

The consequences of war, the holocaust, too many victims

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Milions of souls

My drawing captures a terifying place full of frightening memories and milions of souls whose lives were forever destroied.The hand in the drawing is that of the last victim and it represents the end of the terror.

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Someone’s future being destroyed forever

I wanted to illustrate a terrifying moment from the Holocaust, when a kid is being sperated from his mother, and this will change their lifes forever.

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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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We remember Auschwitz

I was inspired, for the making of this of this drawing, by the graphic novel “Maus”, for considering it captures the tragic moments caused by the Holocaust with a greatly detailed technique. Many generations of innocent people were harmed based on the criteria of appearance as a race considered inferior by the Nazis. I have […continue]

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