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Hell was a place called Auschwitz

This week marks 75 years since Soviet troops stormed the gates of hell.

Hell was near a Polish town called Oswiecim. Hell was a place called Auschwitz.

Seven and a half decades later, the murder factory has all but passed from living memory, been swallowed by that great maw called history. So perhaps it feels distant to you, far removed in space and time.

In 2005,

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