Remembering the Holocaust
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This paper introduces the topic of the Holocaust with a focus on its remembrance and lessons. In particular, the author stresses the importance of transmitting the history and lessons of the holocaust on to future generations to ensure that an event so evil never occurs again. The paper describes actual incidents perpetrated by the Nazis and examines Jewish resistance movements.
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