What Was the Conclusion of the Holocaust?

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Holocaust is a murder to about six millions Jews led by Adolf Hitler during the World War II. The conclusion to the Holocaust is that horrible event can happen to a person or society. This event can have impact not only to the affected communities but also to the entire world.
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There will never be a conclusion to the Holocaust. 12 million people were murdered, that just can't be concluded. But I can tell you how it ended. When the Allied forces invaded Europe
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It depends on what the rest of the paragraph or essay was based upon. Ex, hitler.mengele.ect. But considering this is open-ended, I would write: "In summation, the injustice
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people still eat it up as truth despite the story told being physically and resourcefully impossible. fear and ignorance will always rule the masses
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