International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism

09
November 2016

International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism has been established on 9 November by the International Network Against Racism (UNITED), including over 560 organisations from 46 countries. A mass pogrom of Jews started on the night of 10 November 1938 in Germany, which came to be known in history as the “Kristallnacht” or the Night of Broken Glass. These events were the beginning of the Holocaust, the mass violence against Jews that took 6 million of their lives.

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