The world's oldest known Holocaust survivor has died aged 110, her family have said.
Alice Herz-Sommer, who lived in London and was originally from Prague, had been confined in German concentration camp Terezin in Bohemia during the Second World War.
Ms Herz-Sommer was a talented musician and an adept pianist, and was the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary about her life.
The 38-minute film "The Lady In Number 6: Music Saved My Life" is up for best short documentary at the Academy Awards to be handed out next weekend.
Olivia Marks-Woldman, chief executive of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, said:
Over half of the UK population could not name a genocide that has taken place since the Holocaust, new research suggests.
Research published ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day on Monday claims genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Dafur have all been largely forgotten by the British public.
Some 53% of the 2,304 people asked could not name a post-Holocaust genocide, with the figure rising to 81% among 16-24 year-olds.
Holocaust memorabilia found for sale on eBay included a complete Auschwitz uniform worn by a Polish baker who perished in the Nazi concentration camp, the Mail on Sunday reported.
The paper said the purported Holocaust artefact had been priced at £11,300 by the eBay vendor, a Ukrainian man based in Canada, who had sold another batch of clothing purporting to be linked to Auschwitz for £11,300 pounds last year.
Other items reported to be for sale included shoes and a toothbrush belonging to a death camp victim and Star of David armbands used to mark out Jews for persecution.
The newspaper said eBay had been unable to say how long such items may have been for sale on its website.
EBay has apologised after memorabilia from the Holocaust was found for sale on the site.
The company, which receives a commission on items sold and charges vendors a listing fee, released a statement saying:
EBay has removed from its listings around 30 items of memorabilia from the Nazi Holocaust, including clothes worn by concentration camp victims, after a Mail on Sunday investigation discovered they were on sale on the auction website.
The newspaper said its reporters found a range of items on the site over the past week, including what was presented by the vendor as a complete Auschwitz uniform worn by a Polish baker who perished in the Nazi death camp.
The Mail on Sunday said it had alerted eBay and that the online auctioneer had removed 30 items from sale and offered to make a donation of £25,000 to a suitable charity.