Nazi Germany, of course. The first concentration camp was at Dachau, near Munich, in Bavaria. Founded in 1933. The first commandant, Theodor Eicke.
Hitler and other Nazis decided to start up the Holocaust.
You could argue that the Holocaust was the start of the modernity.
The holocaust originated in Germany where the deportation of the Jewish people were forced to leave in the heart of the holocaust. though there are many start and end variating dates, 1938 - 1945.
yes, in a sense. The modern state of Israel did not exist at the time of the Holocaust, Israel then only had one meaning: the Jewish people. Ie. all Jews were part of Israel.
The assumption in the question is false. The Holocaust is not 'start[ing] again'.
jews were the first who were killed at the stsrt of holocaust
The widespread memorialization of the Holocaust seems to have begun in the 1990s.
WW2 started before the Holocaust.
At the time of the Holocaust, the nation of Israel did not yet exist.
The holocaust started on January 30th, 1933 and ended on May 8th, 1945
Antisemitism was around for thousands of years before the Holocaust started.
yes Hitler did
The nazis did not plan to murder all prisoners in camps built before the holocaust
The Holocaust was not a conflict. It was nass murder. Please see the related question.
Not many, most people put the start of the Holocaust at 1941.
A Holocaust is not a regular occurrence. It was a policy of genocide instigated by the Nazi German state up to 1945. Hopefully there will be no "next Holocaust".
See the related questions.
The United State Holocaust Museum has books and lists of books for you. See link below.
At this time there was no state called 'Israel', but it refered to the people. The Holocaust changed the world view in that there was more sympathy for there to be a state for the people of Israel.
Some may argue that a holocaust has already begun because of the high rates of abortion.
It started in 1933 and ended in1945