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A ceremony took place in Guernsey this evening to mark 70-years since the liberation of Auschwitz.
Among those who died there were three women who had settled in Guernsey to flee persecution in their home countries.
Wreaths and flowers have been laid at a ceremony in Jersey to commemorate 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and Holocaust Memorial Day.
During the Occupation, about 13,000 people from Jersey and Guernsey were sent to prison for acts of resistance against the Germans. Of them, around 250 islanders were sent on to Nazi prisons or concentration camps.
The Channel Islands will today commemorate 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and Holocaust Memorial Day.
21 Jerseymen and women who died in Nazi camps and prisons will be remembered at the Islands' annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations.
In Guernsey, the island's biggest ever Holocaust Memorial Day service will take place this evening at 7:30pm in the Town Church.
In Jersey, a ceremony will take place at 1pm this afternoon in the Occupation Tapestry Gallery at the Maritime Museum.
Dr Gilly Carr will be this year's keynote speaker and will give a speech along the theme of 'Keeping the Memory Alive'.
Read about the various events happening around the country to remember the millions of people killed in the Holocaust on the national ITV News website.
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People representing all walks of Jersey life were represented at a wreath-laying ceremony in St Helier this lunchtime.
Pictures taken 70 years after the liberation of the Nazis' Auschwitz death camp echo the horrors of its Holocaust past.