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    I have recently been involved through my college in the 'Lessons from Auschwitz' project, ran by the Holocaust Educational Trust. The project involved a meeting with a Holocaust survivor, Zigi Shipper, and a visit to the infamous concentration camps Auschwitz and Auschwitz Birkenau.

    The trip has left me considering the contemporary relevance of the Holocaust today, and the lessons we can take from it. Anyone's views and opinions on this would be much appreciated

    I have also attached the article I wrote on my experiences of the project, if anyone is interested in becoming involved with the Holocaust Educational Trust and the 'Lessons from Auschwitz' project, something I would very highly recommend if the opportunity arises.

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    Interesting read. I think the most important lesson to take from the holocaust is that we shouldn't kill people because of their religion.
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