More than 200 survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp gathered to commemorate its 75th anniversary of its liberation earlier this week.
The survivors, now mostly octogenarians and nonagenarians, shared stories of their captivity and hardship, the loss of their loved ones and the dehumanizing experience they had at the hands of the Nazis.Three-quarters of a century on, the image of thin prisoners in blue-and-white striped uniforms remains a powerful symbol of the evil that took place during World War II. Auschwitz, while it was just one of the many camps where atrocities took place, has come to stand for what humans at their worst are capable of doing to others they perceive to be not one of them.The Jews, after all, came to suffer the way they did because they were seen as an inferior, undesirable race.
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