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Insensitivity Germany's Jewish community criticizes national soccer team for not sending entire team to Auschwitz visit, accuses team manager of 'colossal insensitivity' Germany's Jewish community was furious Sunday, after only three members of
The Italian national soccer team visited Auschwitz in Poland on Wednesday and laid a wreath to the victims of the Holocaust at an execution wall inside the Nazi death camp. "We are all obliged to go and see (Auschwitz) for many reasons," Italy coach
Germany captain Philipp Lahm and teammates on Friday honoured Holocaust victims in an emotionally-charged visit to the site of the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau. An AFP reporter saw the delegation from the German Football
A group of Germany players led by coach Joachim Loew made a sombre pilgrimage to the former death camp of Auschwitz in pouring rain on Friday, honouring Holocaust victims ahead of Euro 2012. Loew, captain Philipp Lahm and Polish-born Miroslav Klose
England's Euro 2012 squad last night met holocaust survivors ahead of their European Championship campaign. Senior squad members including Steven Gerrard, Scott Parker and Jermaine Defoe met Zigi Shipper and Ben Helfgott MBE at the Grove Hotel in
President Barack Obama has written a letter to the Polish president expressing "regret" for an inadvertent verbal gaffe that caused a storm of controversy in Poland this week. Obama on Tuesday used the expression "a Polish death camp" while honoring
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A German national team delegation, led by coach Joachim Loew and captain Philipp Lahm, will visit the biggest Nazi death camp at Auschwitz in Poland just before the start of the Euro 2012, the country's football association (DFB) said on Wednesday.
Born in Bedzin in Upper Silesia, Poland, on 7 May 1924, Lustiger survived several Nazi concentration camps and a death march in the final days of the war from an Auschwitz sub-camp to another camp, before he escaped and was rescued by American troops.
It's strange that anti-semitism is so incredibly widespread in Poland...Surely they must know that 6 million Jews were exterminated in Chelmno, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka and Auschwitz-Birkenau. The horrible truth must have passed down through the