In a few words, what do you know about the Holocaust?
The Holocaust was a genocide in which Nazi Germany killed 6 million Jews during World War II. The Nazis also persecuted other groups, including Roma and Sinti people, disabled people, and LGBTQ people. The Holocaust stands as a reminder of the power of hatred and the need for tolerance and acceptance.
The Holocaust was a systematic and brutal extermination of Jews and other minorities in Europe during World War II. It was carried out by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. The Holocaust resulted in the death of 6 million Jews and other minorities, including Roma, LGBT, disabled people, and others. The Holocaust is a dark and tragic period in world history, and its consequences are still felt today. Adolph Hitler and his helpers were masters of propaganda. They convinced the German people to participate in the holocaust.
What was the Holocaust?
- An event that took place in ancient times
- A celebration of Jewish culture
- The genocide of 6 million Jews in Europe during World War II
- A religious holiday celebrated by Jews worldwide
Who was responsible for the Holocaust?
- Nazi Germany and its collaborators
- The Allied Powers
- The Soviet Union
In a few words, what is a citizen's responsibility to think critically about media?