Nazis / Jews / Auschwitz / Holocaust

Today is #HolocaustRemembranceDay . The Nazis murdered over 6 million Jews, including over 1 million people at Auschwitz. A 2020 study found over 50% of U.S. Gen Z and millennial adults could not identify Auschwitz, and 63% did not know how many people died in the Holocaust.

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