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PUPILS from Gower- ton and Bishop Gore schools joined others from across Wales on a trip to the Nazi concentration and death camps in Poland.
The visit was organised by the Holocaust Trust, which was set up to educate young people about the lessons to be learnt from the terrible event in history.
After learning about the atrocities which occurred, students will now become ambassadors for the trust and share their experiences with their schools and communities.
Chief Executive of The Holocaust Trust , Karen Pollock, said: "The Lessons from Auschwitz Project is such a vital part of our work because it gives students the chance to understand the dangers and potential effects of prejudice and racism today.
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"The inspiring work students go on to do in their local communities demonstrates the importance of the visit."
Up to 200 students flew to Poland for the day trip to the Second World War death camp.
The Holocaust Trust's Lessons from Auschwitz project, for students aged over 16, is now in its 14th year and has taken more than 18,000 students and teachers from across the UK to Auschwitz-Birkenau, as well as other guests.
The students on this latest trip were joined by Evening Post reporter Nino Williams.