Holocaust

Where can you find information about the Holocaust?

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2015-07-17 17:57:58
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Go to Google and type in Holocaust, or go to the library and get a book on the subject. There's a very interesting book about a girl named Anne Frank.....

For information on specific aspects you might look at the online Holocaust Encyclopedia. (See link below).

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Online, you can learn more about the Holocaust at the Holocaust History Project Homepage, which has information and photographs about this tragic event. You can also visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, a monument and information resource found in Washington DC.

Yes. There are also other US cities with Holocaust Museums, which you can find listed in the related link below. This link gives you the locations of all Holocaust Museums in the US, and around the world, as well as information on each of them. Currently, there is a total of 65 Holocaust Museums.

Welcome to the world’s first virtual memory store for the Holocaust . https://1945thestory.com/pages/holocaust

There were many survivors of the Holocaust. Holocaust Survivors dot org site offers many stories and photos from actual survivors one can read. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum have an abundance of information on their website as well.

I don't know that much,but the following site has lots of information http://history1900s.about.com/library/holocaust/blholocaust.htm go to www.arts.monash.edu.au/affiliates/hlc, there's heaps of info --- Try the Holocaust Encyclopedia: http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/

See the related links below.There are some amazing pictures of the Holocaust in the book called A Pictorial History of the Holocaust

There were no specific incidents behind the Holocaust. For further information please see the related questions.

It was opened in 1993. It caters to a wider deffinition of the Holocaust. It has become one of the premiere desinations for sources and information on the Holocaust in the United States.

To prevent it's recurrence. By books and another types of information in were you can find more info about the holocaust the next generations can analyze and help the future. By this methods the next generations will help to prevent this event.

The Holocaust is a very challenging, deep, and vast topic. There are many websites and books on the Holocaust available at libraries or museams. Lectures and speakers can be found at Yad Vashem, and other Holocaust memorial websites and locations.

He was in charge of information and propaganda.

You may find the online Holocaust Encyclopedia useful. See the link below.

You can't as the holocaust did not actually happen. It was invented by Jews to create pity for them as another ordeal they endured for their "god".

I would do a google search on you topic in one of the following: World War 2, Jewish history, Adolf Hitler, any other facts or pieces of information about the Holocaust. Or check out the library.

Anne Frank didn't stop the Holocaust. She just made a diary on the thing. The Allies stopped the Holocaust. Anne Frank was just a teenager during the Holocaust. She could not have stopped it. The above answer is correct. See link below for more information.

there were agencies established to help them.

Yes there are. Many millions of photos. If you google Holocaust photos you will find alot of interesting info and photos about it.

the Holocaust was born from a need, its goal was to find the solution of what to do with Europe's Jews. The outcome was the destruction of the Europen Jews.

the bodies they could find and identify. not all the people in the holocaust were put in the museum because some bodies were so destroyed they didn't know who they were.

There is a limited amount of information on display about the Holocaust, even though Dachau was not really involved in the Holocaust.

After the Holocaust is a game made by Armchair Brigade and appears to be out of print. Possibly you can find it at auction on Ebay.


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