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The Holocaust is a startling display of the horrifying consequences of dehumanization, even of children. Before their systemic extermination of six million Jews, the Nazis engineered massive hatred among the German people. Here you will find true accounts of some of the youngest victims of the Holocaust. Their stories stand as a reminder that inequality, discrimination, persecution, bigotry, and hate – when left unchallenged – can result in mass atrocity and unimaginable suffering for even the most innocent.

Anne Frank

Frankfurt, Germany

Franco Cesana

Bologna, Italy

Yona Wygocka Dickmann

Pabianice, Poland

Joseph Muscha Mueller

Bitterfeld, Germany

Andras Muhlrad

Ujpest, Hungary

Irene Freund

Mannheim, Germany

Thomas Buergenthal

Lubochna, Czechoslovakia

Inge Auerbacher

Kippenheim, Germany

Renate Guttman

Teplice-Sanov, Czechoslovakia

Jakob Frenkiel

Gabin, Poland

Liliana Guzenfiter

Warsaw, Poland

Zigmond Adler

Liege, Belgium

About Tavaana

Tavaana: E-Learning Institute for Iranian Civil Society is Iran’s pioneer e-learning institute. Tavaana – meaning ‘empowered’ and ‘capable’ in Persian – was launched on May 17, 2010 with a mission to support active citizenship and civic leadership in Iran through a multi-platform civic education and civil society capacity building program. Tavaana holds a vision for a free and open Iranian society, one in which each and every Iranian enjoys equality, justice and the full spectrum of civil and political liberties.

About The Tolerance Project

The Tolerance Project aims to inspire conscience, pluralism, religious freedom, and celebration of difference. Using an array of educational materials in Arabic, Persian, and English, The Tolerance Project emphasizes the capacity of each and every individual to counter hate, and imparts the benefits of living in tolerant, open societies. The Tolerance Project educates to prevent persecution and genocide, cultivating the basis for vibrant and stable societies in the broader Middle East.