This site was initially designed by the London Jewish Cultural Centre to help you with your school and homework on the Holocaust. More recently the site has been adopted by The Wiener Library , one of the oldest, largest and most respected Holocaust libraries in the world. 

By using The Holocaust Explained you can learn about the development of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi's antisemitic ideas from their beginning through to the Final Solution. Find out how and why the Nazi dictatorship built ghettos, concentration camps and eventually extermination camps like Auschwitz.

This site is designed to help you with your school and homework on the Holocaust. Learn about the development of Adolf Hitler's antisemitic ideas from their beginning through to the Final Solution. Find out how and why the Nazi dictatorship built ghettos, concentration camps and eventually extermination camps like Auschwitz.

This site was initially designed by the London Jewish Cultural Centre to help you with your school and homework on the Holocaust. More recently the site has been adopted by The Wiener Library , one of the oldest, largest and most respected Holocaust libraries in the world. 

By using The Holocaust Explained you can learn about the development of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi's antisemitic ideas from their beginning through to the Final Solution. Find out how and why the Nazi dictatorship built ghettos, concentration camps and eventually extermination camps like Auschwitz.

This site is designed to help you with your school and homework on the Holocaust. Learn about the development of Adolf Hitler's antisemitic ideas from their beginning through to the Final Solution. Find out how and why the Nazi dictatorship built ghettos, concentration camps and eventually extermination camps like Auschwitz.

The killings took place in Europe between 1933 and 1945. They were organised by the German Nazi party which was led by Adolf Hitler.

Most of the victims were killed because they belonged to certain racial or religious groups which the Nazis wanted to wipe out. This kind of killing is called genocide.

The Nazis also murdered politicians, trade unionists, journalists, teachers and anyone else who spoke out against Hitler.

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