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    (Original post by BuzzKillington14)
    OMG what was that spoiler image from? What event?
    The war on Gaza, she was just one of 300-400 children massacred in that war.

    http://filipspagnoli.wordpress.com/2...-the-gaza-war/
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    Truly the saddest thread i've ever looked at!
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    I actually saw this for real when I went to Auschwitz, it really is one of the most chilling things you could ever experience.

    This one of the suitcases was a whole lot more personal and again, a horrible feeling of dread



    The thing that made me cry was to see the ruins of one of the Crematoria



    Just to think of the sheer numbers of people that died at that site.

    The first two pictures, in the museum, didn't really feel real, because they were behind glass, as if just an exhibit, but to actually see the crematoria made it a reality.
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    It's just so sad how segregated people were. I can't understand how colour of skin means anything - it's just a physical trait... like blonde or brown hair. Makes me feel so sad that it took so long for black people to actually get rights in America.
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)





    You know what, nothing in this thread made me even vaguely upset - until I saw the ducks thing :cry: I (almost) shed my first tear for > year - I don't even like animals that much. & yeah I googled the story and some people opened up the drain cover and got them out.
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    (Original post by H.JJJ)
    ****...

    Nobody should ever forget or deny that event.... EVER

    I could not agree more...
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    (Original post by basketofsnakes)
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    I can without a doubt say that I would shoot them several time without any remorse.
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    (Original post by mellie220)

    It's just so sad how segregated people were. I can't understand how colour of skin means anything - it's just a physical trait... like blonde or brown hair. Makes me feel so sad that it took so long for black people to actually get rights in America.
    I agree with what you said. But I think that picture is south african.
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)




    That really is so soul-crushing. Who would do something like that?
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    (Original post by Aphotic Cosmos)
    That really is so soul-crushing. Who would do something like that?
    Serial killer in the making I guess. Truely ****ed up people
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    Edit - Sorry, I had a little to drink when I posted that :/
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    That picture of the people climbing on the upper terraces at Hillsborough 1989
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    (Original post by moneyballs2)


    I actually saw this for real when I went to Auschwitz, it really is one of the most chilling things you could ever experience.

    This one of the suitcases was a whole lot more personal and again, a horrible feeling of dread



    The thing that made me cry was to see the ruins of one of the Crematoria



    Just to think of the sheer numbers of people that died at that site.

    The first two pictures, in the museum, didn't really feel real, because they were behind glass, as if just an exhibit, but to actually see the crematoria made it a reality.
    What is that first picture of?
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    (Original post by Left Hand Drive)
    What is that first picture of?
    That's the hair the nazis shaved off the prisoners as they entered Auschwitz... They turnt it into carpets and clothes.
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    (Original post by moneyballs2)
    That's the hair the nazis shaved off the prisoners as they entered Auschwitz... They turnt it into carpets and clothes.
    Thats horrible
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