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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_denial

Holocaust denial is the act of denying the genocide of Jews in the Holocaust during World War II. Holocaust denial often includes the following claims: that Nazi Germany's Final Solution was aimed only at deporting Jews from the Reich, but that it did not include the extermination of Jews; that Nazi authorities did not use ...

www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/16691969

Jan 24, 2012 ... The mass killings of the Holocaust were what Hitler called "The Final Solution". Hitler also wanted to make Germany bigger, so he invaded neighbouring countries and took them over. Many of the non-German people living on land that he wanted for Germans were also sent to concentration camps.

www.sahistory.org.za/article/human-rights-issues-during-and-after-world-war-ii-focus-nazi-germany-grade-12-2

Jul 27, 2011 ... A gypsy in Auschwitz, one of the concentration camps in Poland. Not only Jews were killed during the Second World War Holocaust. Gypsies, Catholics, homosexuals and the mentally ill were some of the groups that were also seen by the Nazis as 'undesirables' that needed to be exterminated. About half ...

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Jan 26, 2015 ... The Holocaust was the most intensive, industrialised genocide the world has ever seen. In three years between 1942-45 the Nazi 'Final Solution to the Jewish Question' was a program of extermination that killed 6 million Jewish people – around 78% of all Jews in occupied Europe. But how could such a ...

www.ushmm.org/educators/teaching-about-the-holocaust/common-questions

Hitler did not make the Holocaust happen by himself. Many Germans and non- Germans contributed to/or benefited from the so-called “Final Solution” (the term used by the Nazis for their plan to annihilate the European Jews). In addition to the SS, German government, military, and Nazi Party officials who planned and ...

yesterday.uktv.co.uk/blogs/article/how-did-holocaust-happen

The Holocaust evolved from the earliest racialist policies of the Third Reich. As soon as they took over Germany, Hitler's government began to systematically strip Jews of their human rights. Laws were passed to cripple Jewish businesses and forbid Jews from certain roles, while everyday violent persecution on the streets ...

www.ushmm.org/online/calendar/eventDetails.php?event=NEHAYESBOOK0117

Jan 18, 2017 ... In his new book Why?, historian Peter Hayes explores what scholars know about the Holocaust, answering questions including: Why were Jews the primary victims? Why were Germans the instigators? Why did murder become the "Final Solution"? And, why didn't the international community do more to ...

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Jan 23, 2017 ... On January 17, 2017 historian Peter Hayes spoke at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum to discuss his new book, "Why? Explaining the Holocaust." In his book, Hayes addresses what scholars know about the Holocaust, and answers important questions including: Why were Jews the primary victims?

www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/the-holocaust

Anti-Semitism in Europe did not begin with Adolf Hitler. Though use of the term itself dates only to the 1870s, there is evidence of hostility toward Jews long before the Holocaust–even as far back as the ancient world, when Roman authorities destroyed the Jewish temple in Jerusalem and forced Jews to leave Palestine.