Nine things you should know about one of the most horrific genocidal campaigns in history.

9 Things You Should Know About the Holocaust" - January 27 is Holocaust Remembrance Day

Infographic: Auschwitz by the Numbers.  Today marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

Infographic: Auschwitz remembered - National

Infographic: Auschwitz by the Numbers. Today marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp Never forget and never let this happen again!

Before the Holocaust, Hitler gave the U.S., Great Britain, and many other nations a chance to take in Jewish refugees. They refused.

34 Facts about The Holocaust ←FACTSlides→ Before the Holocaust, Hitler gave the U., Great Britain, and many other nations a chance to take in Jewish refugees. They refused.

A Poem about the pain suffered by the Jewish people during the Holocausts in Nazi Germany

This poem is so sad, it brings to our hearts the cold the Nazi brought to them. Reading it makes me depressed.

This image gives statistics on the deaths of the Holocaust, as well as, the impact in America and the immigration of Jews. It also addresses the survivors living in Canada, and the numbers give a real image of the results of the Holocaust.

The image shows that of the Jewish population was wiped out, the gas chambers killed 3 million people and other causes like disease and medical experiments killed more than Jews. Out of the thousands of Jews that went into hiding, survived.

The last seconds.....this picture truly breaks my heart. I can't imagine the things running through her mind, in the last few seconds of her & her child's life. This is one of the most heartwrenching pictures I've ever seen.

The last seconds This is the most distressing photo I have ever seen. As a mother, I can't imagine this woman's anguish. We are a terrible species.

Elie Weisel, Holocaust survivor, dedicated his life to keeping the world's memory of the Holocaust alive. It was his personal crusade and he sacrificed his private happiness for it. - Ronni

Elie Weisel, Holocaust survivor, dedicated his life to keeping the world's memory of the Holocaust alive. It was his personal crusade and he sacrificed his private happiness for it. Read his book: ' Night' .

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If you held a minute of silence for every person killed in the Holocaust, you would stay silent for 11 years.

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