The Holocaust: The Denial Of The Holocaust

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Holocaust denial

The Holocaust was a genocide in which six million Jews were killed by the Nazi regime, controlled by Adolf Hitler and its collaborators; the killings took place through Nazi Germany and German occupied territories. Between 1941 and 1945, Jews were targeted and murdered by the Nazi regime. The Holocaust was divided in various parts; first they passed laws to exclude Jews from civil society, later they started to group them into neighborhoods called ghettos, which were extremely uncomfortable and dangerous for the health. After the ghettos, Jews were sent by train to the extermination camps in which they worked until the point that the Nazis killed them, in gas chambers. The gas chambers are very important because it wasn't
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Some modern anti-Semites (hate and discrimination against Jews as a religious group) found that attacking the Holocaust causes suffering for the Jews therefore they try to find all kinds of information to proceed with this belief.
Holocaust denial started since the Institute of Historical Review was found in the 1978s, founded by David McCalden, a former member of the British National Front, and Willis Carto, the head of Liberty Lobby, publishing books and essays.It consisted of publishing The Journal of Historical Review that contains articles that attacks the accuracy of various claims about the Holocaust. There's a problem when this Journal contains only information about the denial of the Holocaust because it's only there to show people that the Holocaust is exaggeration.
The IHR (Institute of Historical Review) has been writing articles of Holocaust denial explaining the steps to believe in this movement, having proof about what happened, not caring about documentaries like: Shoa, and movies like: Schindler's List or evidence from museums. Currently, the IHR are having conferences so they can review the

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