Holocaust Days of Remembrance
During World War II, millions of people were murdered, tortured, imprisoned or forced into slave labor by the Nazi regime. In what Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower termed “horror camps,” names like Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Dachau have become synonymous with the mass slaughter and cruelty of the Holocaust. The scenes American Soldiers witnessed on liberating many of the camps gave tangible evidence that their sacrifices had been for a just cause—a great crusade against evil. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum leads the nation in observing Days of Remembrance throughout the U.S.

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