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(From Llanelli Star Series)
IF we gave a minute of silence to each person who died at Auschwitz during the Holocaust, we would need to stay silent for three years.
These words hung like lead in the air as I stood in the middle of the Polish camp where the Nazis murdered between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people.
I was there with more than 100 students on a day trip organised by the Holocaust Memorial Trust.
And it's a lot to take in, in just one day.
It's hard to explain how I felt when I saw the massive pile of discarded baby clothes, the luggage of those who perished and the pile of shoes and human hair.
Not just strands, but seven tonnes …