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Liverpool remembers gay Holocaust victims

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  1. Great. Totally in favour of remembering these people. However, there have been many holocausts so let’s be specific please – the Nazi Holocaust.
    Thanks.

  2. Steve Sampson 1 Feb 2011, 4:01pm

    When we forget a thing, that thing may reappear. Good work and thank you to all the organizers.

  3. Peter & Michael 1 Feb 2011, 4:49pm

    We must never forget those people that died for our freedoms and Thank You to Liverpool for this Holocaust event.

  4. @Noel
    A needless, pedantic and silly comment. When people talk about ‘the Holocaust’, everyone knows what they mean. They’re not referring to the Rwandan genocide or some massacre of Ruthenian gypsies in the 11th century.

  5. Noel:
    Could you please tell me what other Holocausts there were?
    My history was never that good.

  6. NICE ONE …!
    And about time ?
    Good to see Liverpool showing MANchester how to do it.
    We must allways remeber so that we do not repeat what has allready gone

  7. Mark Brown 30 May 2011, 4:04pm

    Noel, there has only been one ‘Holocaust’, although there have been many Genocidal experiences. If you hate Jews, at least have the balls to admit it;)

  8. Well done Liverpool for remembering these gay men, let’s not forget though that while other victims of the prison camps were freed after the war, most of the gay prisoners were systematically re-arrested and sent to German prisons just for for being gay!

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