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First Islamic museum opens doors in Australia

Last edited 4th March 2014

Australia's first Islamic museum has opened its doors to the public - showcasing the rich history, arts and culture of the religion.

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Anne Frank Exhibition opening in Sydney

Last edited 4th March 2014

“It is so easy to think of people who suffer, or have suffered, as other than ourselves. The very magnitude of the Holocaust means that single voices can be lost. Anne’s words make it personal. It is so very easy to lose track of major events in history. There are many to remember. It is much harder to forget the voice of Anne. Anne has been my companion, perhaps, for the forty six years since I read her book.”


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Watch as This Man Realizes He’s Sitting Beside the People He Rescued From Nazi Death Camps

Last edited 2nd February 2014

Before World War II, 669 children who were destined for Nazi death camps were rescued and transported to England by Sir Nicholas Winton. Years later, they came together for a touching surprise tribute to their hero..

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Fate of Germany's 'degenerate art' revealed

Last edited 31st January 2014

They are popular works by some world renowned artists but to the Nazis these works were known as 'degenerate art' -seized and banned because Adolf Hitler hated modern art. Now for the first time the Victoria and Albert museum has published the lists which record what happened to the works after they were seized..

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500 Years of female portraits in western art (Classic Dump)

Last edited 29th January 2014

Music: Bach's Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo MaNominated as Most Creative Video


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Holocaust Memorial Day: Let "Such Horrors Never Occur Again, for they are a Disgrace of Humanity"

Last edited 27th January 2014

Let "such horrors never occur again, for they are a disgrace of humanity," says Pope Francis in a hand-written letter to his friend, Buenos Aires Rabbi Abraham Skorka, on the occasion of Memorial Day, a day that commemorates the Holocaust.


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As a Teen, the Holy Father’s Father Gave Talks on the Papacy

Last edited 21st January 2014

Obviously oblivious to the fact that he would have a son who, one day, would become pope, a 17-year-old Mario Bergoglio actually became a sort of informal expert on the papacy, giving talks on the subject in his native Italy. He was even given a very good write-up in the local paper after his talk:


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Ukraine’s Forgotten Tragedy

Last edited 25th November 2013

As Ukraine prepares to mark the 80th anniversary of "Holodomor," the man-made famine that killed millions of Ukrainians, the tragedy remains little known in the West. The famine swept through the Soviet Union in 1932-33 following Josef Stalin's forced collectivization of agriculture. Visit this article to read more.

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Historian: Catholic Church Pivotal in Rescue of Roman Jews

Last edited 17th October 2013

The efforts of the Catholic Church were undoubtedly decisive in the escape of most of Rome's Jews during World War II, according to a Jewish historian and columnist.


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9/11 - The Catholic Church Remembers

Last edited 10th September 2013

911. For years, those numbers simply meant a call for help. Now they also remind us of September 11, 2001, the date of the worst terrorist attack on the United States of America and one of the deadliest days ever on American soil. We now know September 11 as "Patriot Day."


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