Remembering and Honoring the Millions of Victims From the Holocaust
Resilience and Perseverance of Holocaust Survivors
Culminating in the death of more than 6 million Jews, the Holocaust was one of the most shocking events of the 20th century. This genocide was carried out by the German Nazis during the late stages of World War II. Dozens of concentration camps were built throughout Europe for the sole purpose of holding innocent Jews and other ethnic groups. Some of the Holocaust victims died because of extremely tough conditions at the overcrowded concentration camps. Disease and hunger were some of the leading natural causes of death for prisoners in the concentration complexes. Some Holocaust victims were fortunate enough to survive the brutality of the Nazis for the entire duration of WWII. After being liberated by the Allied powers, Jewish survivors found refuge in the United States of America, Israel, and several other countries outside of Europe.
Remembering the Victims
When you learn about Holocaust victims from Jewish organizations all over the world, you will understand the tremendous ordeals of WWII. You could find genuine stories from survivors of some of the most notorious concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Dachau. Many of the survivors lost their entire families and other close friends during the war. You will hear the poignant stories from Jewish individuals who had to rebuild their lives in other countries after the war. You’ll also find a comprehensive list of victims who perished in the genocide.
Browse www.zachorfoundation.org to learn about the victims of the Holocaust from the ZACHOR Holocaust Remembrance Foundation.