London remembers the tragic horrors of the Holocaust

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London remembers the tragic horrors of the Holocaust

The millions of Jewish people and others killed during the Holocaust are being remembered in services across London as part of Holocaust Memorial Day.
More than one million people, mostly Jews, died at Auschwitz before it was liberated by allied troops in 1945. Around six million Jews were senselessly killed in the Second World War, for no reason other than their race.
Callum Devine from the Holocaust Educational Trust joined Wake Up London to explain the work they do, and how they try to ensure Auschwitz is never allowed to be remembered as a part of history in textbooks, but as a tragedy on a very personal, human level.

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