Anyone who knows anything about history knows that Hitler didn't just target Jews, but gay people, prostitutes, gypsies and anyone that didn't fit his ideal. Jews were a massive group though. My great grandfather managed to get out of Germany in time, but many members of his family didn't and were exterminated in the concentration camps.
As for the 5% - you can't argue with stupid.
More4 were showing Night Will Fall last night. Did anyone watch it?
(Original post by Kangaroo17)
While the holocaust was a tragedy, i do think it gets more than enough attention, too much perhaps. I feel like giving too much attention is wearing away the seriousness of the holocaust.
Also, for me, WW2 was a confusing one - The nazis were bad, ok, but its not as simple as bad. And winston churchill was a rotten potato too. I want to know more about what colonialism has done - its not fair how that gets brushed under the carpet while we get taught so much about WW2.
How does learning about the Holocaust mean it is less serious?
How much have you studied History and world war 2? Feel free to enlighten us?
What redeeming features did the nazis have and who said it was simple?
Colonailsim does not get brushed under the carpet its merely a different area of History.
World war 2 was the most significant event in the 20th century.
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It's only 5%, they are probably the same ones who are keyboard warriors in YouTube comments sections and online forums I see on a daily basis