The Holocaust was one of the most horrific events in human history. It is estimated that six million Jews were killed by the Nazis during the Holocaust, as well as other groups of people including Romani people, homosexuals, and people with disabilities. The Nazis implemented a series of policies that led to the mass murder of Jews and other groups during the Holocaust.
The Holocaust began in 1933 when the Nazi party came to power in Germany. The Nazis built concentration and extermination camps in which they killed Jews and other groups of people.
The Holocaust ended in 1945 when the Allied forces defeated the Nazis.
The Holocaust has left a lasting impact on the world—it is a reminder of the importance of human rights and the need to stand up against hatred and bigotry. It also reminds us that we must never forget what happened during those terrible years so we can learn from our mistakes and never repeat them again.