Two hundred children from schools across the North West have travelled to Auschwitz as part of a project to educate future generations about the holocaust.
100 schools from our region took part in the visit, which is funded by the Holocaust Educational Trust.
It aims to give young people the chance to learn what happened there, so they can pass on their experiences in their schools and colleges.
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