Overview of Holocaust
The Holocaust is the murder of six million Jews and by Nazis. The Holocaust happened in Germany. The years it took place in January 30, 1933-May 8, 1945.
After World War Two the people responsible for the crimes of the Holocaust were taken to trial. This trial was called the Nuremburg Trials, because it happened in Nuremburg, Germany. Judges from Great Britain, France, The Soviet Union, and The United States had 22 major Nazi criminals.
Original Research Question
- What was the dates did the Nuremburg Trials take place in?
The Nuremburg Trials took place in the dates November 20, 1945-October 1,1946.
- What happened to the Nazis that lost the Nuremburg Trials?
12 Nazis were sentenced to death.
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