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Students at Cheney Middle School in West Fargo look over the displays representing the atrocities experienced during World War II during Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday. Eighth grade language arts students made posters, dioramas, wrote papers and followed individual profiles detailing the journey of persecuted Jews from their homes to the horrors of the concentration and death camps in Europe. David Samson / Forum Communications Co.

Holocaust Remembrance Day brings unique perspective

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The Holocaust is, unarguably, one of humanity's darkest periods; a time of great transgression toward many groups of people, particularly Jews, who suffered and died during some of the most inhospitable and inhumane conditions in history.

And last week at West Fargo's Cheney Middle School, students had the horrors on display as part of Holocaust Remembrance Day, hosted by a trio of eighth grade language arts classes.

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