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How Visiting Auschwitz-Birkenau Affected Chelsea Supporters

In part two of their series on antisemitism and racial intolerance, London is Blue Podcast take a look at what a visit to the Holocaust concentration and extermination camp meant to the Chelsea staff and supporters who visited.

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  • Look back at Chelsea’s history when it comes to battling antisemitism and racial intolerance. In the second part of of our three part series, Dan Levene reflects on his trip with Chelsea staff members and supporters to Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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