Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz presents evidence during the Einsatzgruppen Trial. [LCID: 09918]
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How Many People did the Nazis Murder?

Nazi Germany committed mass murder on an unprecedented scale. The Nazis and their allies and collaborators killed six million Jewish people. This systematic, state-sponsored genocide is now known as the Holocaust. The Nazis and their allies and collaborators also committed other mass atrocities. They persecuted and killed millions of non-Jewish people during World War II.

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Timeline of Events

Explore a timeline of events that occurred before, during, and after the Holocaust.

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How and why was the Holocaust possible?