The word Holocaust comes from two Greek words, holos, meaning "whole" and Kaustos meaning "burned." It was used in early times it described the sacrifice that was burnt entirely on an altar. Many people who were "sacrificed" during World War II were also burnt in crematories and furnaces, hence, naming this mass murder of humans The Holocaust. The Holocaust, to many, is better known as Adolf Hitler's, the German chancellor of German during the mid 1930
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that were lost in such an evil and harrowing scenario.
The Holocaust was a time of loss and great suffering for everyone throughout Europe. Many people still suffer from the memories of yesterday and can only hope that evil of that kind could never come about in this world today. Many lives were taken and a few, after so many years, are still remembered. That is why the history of the Holocaust will never die.