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"I don't know what they're teaching about Nazis in school these days," Katie, whose grandmother is a Holocaust survivor, tweeted. "But here goes".
Holocaust denial, dragged up in the alt-right tidal wave crashing through the Western world, is alive and well in the highest office of the United States - just one reason why taking time to remember is so important.
@YourRacingBelle Truly, truly amazing she was reunited with her family — Andrea Wolfson (@Andrea Wolfson)
@YourRacingBelle The supremacism shown by the Nazis was absolutely despicable. Thank you for sharing your story. — Noa Lindsy (@Noa Lindsy)
@YourRacingBelle Thanks for this thread. People need to remember the true, clear EVIL that the Nazis represent, and… https://t.co/Btj8481yia — Rob Sheridan (@Rob Sheridan)
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