The rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, Paul Stanley has shown his support to the Auschwitz Memorial on Twitter and asked his fans to add and follow the official account of the memorial for greater awareness about the painful past.

The Jewish musician Stanley has been supporting the Twitter account of the Auschwitz Memorial, which preserves the site of the former German Nazi Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp.

Retweeting the posts of the account that tells the stories of the people who suffered in the camps, Stanley revealed how he has been affected by the oppression towards jews throughout his whole life, beginning from childhood, in a tweet a few weeks ago.

Sharing the story of a Dutch Jewish girl Jeannette Groenteman, Paul said that he grew up familiar with the depth of this unfathomable evil which dehumanizingly slaughtered countless people including undefended children.

On his most recent tweet, Paul Stanley has reminded again the terrible fact that 6 million Jews and others were gassed in the German Nazi. He added that countless more suffered unspeakable acts, aided by a German population complicit in it’s sanctioning or turning away. Paul said that this atrocity must never be forgotten while leading his fans to follow the account of Auschwitz Memorial.

Here is what Paul Stanley said in his latest tweet:

6 million Jews and others were gassed. Countless more suffered unspeakable acts by the Nazis, aided by a German population complicit in it’s sanctioning or turning away. This atrocity must never be forgotten. Although heartbreaking I ask you please add and follow Auschwitz Museum.”

You can see the tweet below.