The Holocaust is a known as the genocide and mass extermination against Jewish and other ethnic groups that were found inferior to the Nazi party.
There is also controversy as to the participation of the soldiers, whether it was voluntary or forced. David responds to questions about his personal experiences of the Holocaust in the video clips included with this essay.
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The Holocaust is remembered as a stain on history, where a massive genocide occurred. Last Edited: Mar 12, Discussion Questions. In his book Sheltering The Jews the Holocaust historian Mordecai Paldiel later wrote: "Never before in history had children been singled out for destruction for no other reason than having been born.
In accordance with the research I conducted, it is my belief that without the willing participation of a large part of the German medical establishment, the Holocaust could not have taken place.