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  1. In 1962, Dr Erich Geiringer boarded at Skid Row for six weeks. Dr Geiringer was a physician, a pro-abortion activist and the founder of the New Zealand Medical Association. After his death in 1995, The Independent described him as being responsible for dragging New Zealand medical practice into the modern world.

  2. Behind the pages of the world's most famous diary - The ...

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    Jul 28, 2017 · Behind the pages of the world's most famous diary ... and whose father Erich and brother Heinz Geiringer were sent to Auschwitz, but later perished in Mauthausen concentration camp – witnessed ...

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  3. History never repeats | NZ Drug Foundation - At the heart of ...

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    Nov 01, 2014 · In the same year, in the first issue of Chris Wheeler’s scabrous pamphlet Cock, Dr Erich Geiringer was the first New Zealander to advance the argument that marijuana’s criminal status was in fact more socially harmful than the drug itself. Ironically, “The Man” became a significant source of drugs for the counterculture.

  4. Feb 09, 2017 · White Christian imperialism is responsible for a death toll of 60 million Africans. The African Holocaust is the greatest continuing tragedy the world has ever seen. It was also the most impacting ...

  5. Eva Schloss' story - Part VII | News | Jamaica Gleaner

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    Jun 08, 2019 · As fate would have it, Eva Schloss, nee Geiringer, was not separated from her mother, Mutti, from the moment they were taken from their hiding place by SS officers in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

  6. August 2014 - Matters of Substance by New Zealand Drug ...

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    Aug 01, 2014 · In the same year, in the first issue of Chris Wheeler’s scabrous pamphlet Cock, Dr Erich Geiringer was the first New Zealander to advance the argument that marijuana’s criminal status was in ...

  7. Books | sdjewishworld | Page 4

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    Apr 07, 2010 · Eva’s father, Erich Geiringer, and brother Heinz perished during a death march at the end of the war. Anne, her sister Margot, and mother Edith, died in the camps. So many Holocaust memoirs have been written by survivors that unless this is the reader’s first, there will be few surprises in Schloss’s well-written, clearly understood ...

  8. During a vacation at Warm Springs, Georgia, on April 12, 1945, he suffered a massive stroke and died two and one-half hours later without regaining consciousness. He was 63 years old. His death came on the eve of complete military victory in Europe and within months of victory over Japan in the Pacific.

  9. March | 2017 | Peggy's Porch

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    Mar 26, 2017 · A few weeks ago a couple of friends and I went to Knoxville to see Eva Geiringer Schloss, a holocaust survivor. She was born in Vienna Austria in 1929. Her family were Jewish. They moved to Belgium and then Holland in 1938 as Hitler had annexed Austria. In 1942 they had to go into hiding.

  10. March | 2011 | THE ABSURD TIMES -- STILL

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    10 posts published by @honestcharlie during March 2011. hursday, March 31, 2011 #Libya, #Chomsky, and #Imperialism I was just starting to write an edition of the Absurd Times to cover the idiocy in Libya and the confusion in Japan when the items below cam in my mailbox.

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