As a program of mass murder or genocide, the Holocaust concluded with the end of the Second World War in 1945. In terms of making a philosophical observation, general consensus has made the conclusion that the episode is... More »

Lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride are the seven deadly sins, used in early Christian teachings to educate followers about man's tendency to sin. These vices are not listed anywhere in the Christian Bibl... More »

The number of Russians who died in World War II is undetermined, but estimates range from 20 million to 26 million. Even the low end of the range represents more deaths than the combined numbers suffered by Germany and J... More »

The Holocaust is generally said to have taken place from the time that Adolf Hitler was elected as Chancellor on January 30, 1933, to the conclusion of World War II, on May 8, 1945. This time period marks the discriminat... More »

The Holocaust took place primarily in Germany and Poland, but also in other countries that the Germans occupied during World War II. Concentration camps and violence against Jews spread through Central and Eastern Europe... More »

The Holocaust affected many countries, but Hitler was primarily focused on eradicating Jewish civilians from European countries occupied by Nazi Germany. The most affected countries include Germany, Austria, Poland, Ital... More »

The Holocaust ended on May 7, 1945, the day the Nazis surrendered to Western forces. The persecution of Jews, Roma and disabled people began in 1933 when the Nazis took over the German government. The victims were moved ... More »

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