D-Parmy, sensitive to the appeal of witnesses and the international community, wishes to "Remember" through the creation of a special pen, so that equally sensitive hands could with it Narrate in order not to forget. In the frosty nights of January 1945 the internees of the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz were aroused by increasingly close explosions.
On January 18th, German SS began evacuating around 60,000 pristoners, many of whom died during the so-called death march. Around 7,000 internees remained in the camp. On January 27th, 1945, around noon the infantry outposts of the 60th Soviet army under general Kurockin crossed the entrance of Auschwitz Camp, thus revealing the horror of the Nazi genocide; the same horror and dismay were repeated at the opening of other camps spread throughout Europe.The international community became too late aware of that genocide promising not to forget and, thanks to the few survivor's witness, to avoid that such atrocities and inhumanities repeat again in the history of people in the future. D-Parmy, sensitive to the appeal of witnesses and the international community, on the 75th anniversary of the opening of Auschwitz gates, wishes to "Remember" through the creation of a special pen, so that equally sensitive hands could with it Narrate in order not to forget. The nib is made of rhodium-plated 18-750K solid gold with iridium tip. This item is in the category "Collectables\Pens, Writing Items\Pens\Fountain".
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