|The Holocaust, also known as the Shoah, took place during World War II and was the mass extermination by Nazi Germany and their collaborators of nearly six million Jewish adults, children and babies.|
|Between 1939 and 1945 Adolf Hilter coordinated the systematic murder of the Jewish population of Europe; an estimated one-third of all the Jewish people alive at the time.|
|At the Nuremberg trials it was decribed as Hitler's "final solution of the Jewish question".|
|Holocaust Memorial Day, the 27th January, is a day where everyone is urged to reflect on the millions of people who have been murdered, not only in the Shoah but in the many genocides which have followed in places such as Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.|
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Never a Bystander.
Resilience in Holocaust Survivors.
Gender, Age, and Survival of Italian Jews in the Holocaust.
Teaching the Holocaust as a Cautionary Tale.
'I see their hatred'.
Books in the classroom: The holocaust.
The rhetoric of teaching.
The treatment of the Holocaust in high school history textbooks
Anne Frank Abroad.
Reflections on anti-Semitism.
“This is Proof”?
Facebook to Ban Posts That Deny Holocaust in Reversal of Policy.
Twitter, Following Facebook, Reportedly Bans Holocaust Denial.