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The first mass killing of Jews occurred in the Chelmno extermination camp.

The first camp to be liberated by the Western Allied officers was Bergon-Belson on April 15, 1945.

The Allied forces for the first time in history created the International War Crimes Tribunal in 1945, where the losers of a nation at war had to answer for their crimes before an International Court.

The Allies after the WWII grappled whether to hold only Nazi leaders accountable for Holocaust or the entire nation.

Hitler called the Holocaust as the “Final Solution to the Jewish Problem.”

90% of Jews from Germany, Poland, Austria and the Baltic states were annihilated in the Holocaust.

Out of tens and thousands of people who went to hiding only ¾ of them survived.

On April 1, 1933, Nazis took their first action against German Jews by boycotting their businesses.

33,000 Jewish people were killed in only 48 hours at the Babi Yar Ravine in September 1941.

In Babi Yar Ravine, Jews were asked to undress and walk over the edge of the ravine, once they are all lined up, the German troops would shoot them and their bodies will fell down off the edge.