During World War II, the Nazi leadership implemented the “Final Solution,” the systematic mass murder of European Jews, Gypsies, Slavs and other groups because of their perceived racial inferiority. Millions were killed in six primary extermination camps. The largest of these was Auschwitz. Related article.


Sources: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Robert Jan van Pelt: The Case for Auschwitz: Evidence from the Irving Trial, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany | Gene Thorp and Alberto Cuadra/The Washington Post January 22, 2015
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