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Topic - Camp Of Auschwitz
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu kicked off a two-day visit to Poland, which Germany's Nazis occupied during World War II and in which they committed the worst crimes ever against the Jewish people, with a stern warning about a potential Holocaust from Iran.
When a musician plays a violin long enough, the instrument is imprinted with its owner's way of making sound. If someone else picks it up, they learn to play it in a way that honors its history.