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Our Chicago office observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day by hearing directly from a speaker who provided insight, history and more.

This week’s gallery includes International Holocaust Remembrance Day for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp, fears of the spreading coronavirus, and more.

On Monday, we published a series of op-eds marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Here’s how @BostonGlobe  readers responded. #BGLetters 

The phrase, “die dirty Jew" was just one example discovered as the country observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Auschwitz in pictures "1.1 million people murdered with poisonous gas, starvation, exhaustion, disease, individual executions or beatings, and as a consequence of medical experiments."

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Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day — a day on which it's worth taking some time to actually understand what happened during the Nazi slaughter. Read these searing quotes from an Auschwitz survivor's essay on life in the camp:

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Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day & the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. #WeRemember  the victims who perished during the Holocaust. Antisemitism is a threat not just to Jews but to society as a whole. We must fight it wherever we see it.

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the millions of precious souls who perished as a result of the horrific crimes perpetrated by the Nazi regime....

Read The Prince of Wales's speech delivered today at the World Holocaust Forum to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz and International Holocaust Remembrance Day ⬇️ @yadvashem  #WHF2020JLM 

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This International Holocaust Remembrance Day: It is crucial that we remember the Holocaust's millions of innocent Jewish victims and more whose memory calls down through the decades for justice. And that we continue to fight anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hate.

The brutality of the Holocaust was a crime against humanity. On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we hold in our hearts the memory of every man, woman, and child who was abused, tortured, or murdered. The President's message on this day:

Statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day:

In recognition of tomorrow’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Melania Trump visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum yesterday. Read more about the visit in today's 1600 Daily:

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On International Holocaust Remembrance Day we turn our attention to a dark era of world history. #WeRemember  the millions of Jewish lives lost and recommit ourselves to the pledge of “Never Again.”

The world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day amid signs many people are forgetting the lessons of the Nazi genocide despite decades of warnings of "Never Again."

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