There were many concentration camps. Examples are Auschwitz, Dachau, and Bergen-Belsen. I don't know if this will help with the answer but films were taken from liberating armies of concentration camps in 1945 which of course shocked the world. The Holocaust ended with the surrender of Nazi Germany in May 1945. Obviously, in areas that had been taken by the Allies earlier, the Holocaust ended when the area and its camps were liberated. At most liberated camps some former prisoners continued to die of disease and malnutrition for some months afte liberation despite the Allies' best efforts.
The Allies made no specific attempt to end the Holocaust.
It took only days for soldiers to end HOLOCAUST!
America fought Germany for the end of the Holocaust, you can learn more if you research more about the Holocaust end and WW2.
There was no 'war against the Holocaust'. The Allies fought Nazi Germany and won, but the end of the Holocaust was a by-product of the Allied victory.
Anne Frank did not make it through the Holocaust. She died in Bergen-Belsen before the end of the war (end of the Holocaust).
You could argue that the Holocaust was the start of the modernity.
The UN did not exist at the time. For the rest of the answer see the related question: How did the Holocaust end?
no doubt, the end of the Holocaust.
The Holocaust ended May 8, 1945 which is around spring.
It did not end any place. When the camps and territories were liberated, the Holocaust ended there, when Germany surrendered it ended in the last places.
the decision was that the best thing that they could do was to end the war as quickly as possible, thus end the Holocaust as quickly as possible.
The defeat and unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany in May 1945: there were no mysterious circumstances surrounding the end of the Holocaust.
Holocaust - TV miniseries - ended on 1978-04-19.
America's Black Holocaust Museum ended in 2008.
The end of the second world war.
it is still there.
there was no choice; the Allies had decided that they would make no extra efforst to stop the Holocaust, it would end naturally when the military conquest arrived.
at the holocaust camps they were killed, burned, abused,and were oder to work for hours with out end
The Holocaust was not widely taught in schools till after 1980 and it was certainly not taught in the immediate postwar period. From the end of World War 2 till the late 1960s the Holocaust was something of a non-subject apart from media reports on Holocaust trials.
The holocaust ended with or before the end of World War 2 in Europe.
The Holocaust ended 1944-1945
The Allied defeat of Germany.
Technically, April of 1945 in Buchenwald. The Russians liberated the camp. However, listening to him speak today, the Holocaust will never end for him.