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The Holocaust was one of the worst times in history. People were moved from there homes and was not allowed to talk to anyone and many died of exposure, disease, and starvation.

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Q: What happened during the holocost?
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When was Escaping the Holocost released?

Escaping the Holocost was released on 12/31/2015.

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What did Jews eat during the holocost?

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Why should we remember the holocost?

We should remember the Holocost because we do not want it to happen again. It was HORIBLE. When we learn about it, we learn about tolerance and how to tolerate people.

How can god allow thte holocost?

free will.

Were the non Jewish people happy during the Holocaust?

No. The Holocost was a horrible thing. Christians, true Christians understand how important the Jews are to God and that something like that should never happen to any people regardless of their religious beliefs. No one in their right mind could condone what happened.