There were mass graves on occasion as well.
They were burned in the crematories and most of the body's were left to rot
at first they were buried, but later they were exhumed and burned, when cremation became policy.
Yes, the Nazis were a large part of the Holocaust.
Nazis killed Jews in the Holocaust.
Extermination camps played the key role in the Holocaust, as they enabled the Nazis to gas and cremate victims - in order words, to dispose of them systematically, quickly and "industrially". Before that the Nazis had relied on mass open air shootings and mass graves.
It was the Nazis who carried out the Holocaust.
The Nazis didn't want to carry out the Holocaust publicly, for example in the street.
The Nazis carried out the Holocaust, sometimes with the aid of local volunteers (for example, in Lithuania).
Nazis carried out the Holocaust during and just before WW II
Jews. The Holocaust was the Nazis attempt to exterminate Europe's Jews.
Everywhere that the Holocaust took place.
Perhaps 300 Nazis were killed in the Holocaust. Many I'm sure perished in the war. The Holocaust is distinct from the war. The Holocaust was a genocide perpetrated against the Jews.
These were used in the Prison camps to dispose of the dead bodies and thus hide much of the evidence, making an exact body count a difficult task.
nowhere, the Holocaust was not a military action
Hitler and the Nazis were responsible for the Holocaust.
Hitler and the Nazis.
They killed them.
The Jains dispose of dead bodies by cremating them. After cremation, they then throw the ashes into the nearby waters.
The Nazis killed mainly Jews in the holocaust but also people who were 'feeble minded', 'crippled', and even POWs.
Racial hatred, envy.