The holocaust in Germany

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Auschwitz: Class Roots of the Holocaust
By Hillel Cohen, Workers World News Service. Auschwitz in 1945 and the factors that explain the Holocaust.
The origins of ‘radical evil’: Debating the Holocaust
By Philippe Burrin, Le Monde diplomatique, June 1997. The publication early last year of Hitler's Willing Executioners, by American academic Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, sparked off a stormy debate about the destruction of the European Jews. The rich contributions made to our understanding of the Holocaust in the first half of the 1990's
Review of ‘Hitler's Forgotten Victims’ by David Okuefuna and Moise Shewa
By Delroy Constantine-Simms, University of Essex, 12 June 1999. The horrific experiences of Black people in Nazi Germany are virtually ignored, but are brought to light in a documentary film entitled Hitler's Forgotten Victims, directed by David Okuefuna and produced by Moise Shewa (Afro-Wisdom Productions).
Exiled from history
By Stephen Gowans, 26 January 2005. The Jews, contrary to a growing view, were not the only victims of the Nazis, and it does not diminish the flagitious crime perpetrated against them to acknowledge the Nazi's other victims, and to point out the Final Solution was not, as is now commonly supposed, the only significant event of WWII.