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ABC News 27 Jan 2020

Remembering the survivors of Auschwitz 75 years later


Few children were spared by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Survivors like Tova Friedman shared their memories of horror and stories of triumph.

75 years ago, a brutal campaign was fought to end the Japanese occupation of Manila. More than 100,000 civilians died in the violence, which remains engraved forever in the memories of those who took part in what was one of WWII's bloodiest campaigns.
Decades after the Nazis murdered more than 1 million people at Auschwitz, survivors returned to the death camp, some for the first time. It's a solemn journey, but they go to honor their lost loved ones.
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Linsey Davis speaks to Fred Guttenberg, the father of one of the victims, on the second anniversary of the tragedy.

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