Tonight marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, which in Hebrew is called “Yom HaShoah” and is a solemn date when Israel remembers the 6,000,000 Jews killed in the Holocaust. This morning in Israel, every vehicle will stop and humans will stand at attention for two minutes while sirens sound, in remembrance.
Auschwitz was the biggest Nazi concentration camp in Europe during World War II. More than 1,100,000 men, women, and children lost their lives here. While multiple tracks led into these extermination camps, no one ever came out on them.
Six Million Jews (half of the world’s Jewish population at the time) perished under Hitler’s Final Solution.
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