For a Jew, the Holocaust is part and parcel of the personality of the nation, as important to its development as is any other major event in Jewish History. It is a story so horrible that it would be inconceivable even as fiction had it not actually happened.
Here is a concise history of the holocaust from the Jewish perspective, including a brief perspective from contemporary Rabbis such as Rabbi Avigdor Miller, Rabbi Avrohom Kalmanowitz and Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky regarding the religious introspection in light of these events.
The Holocaust must be placed as a plaque on the wall of human history, and its details must be known to all good men. Today, more than ever, with the proliferation of holocaust-deniers and the physical demise of holocaust witnesses, it is important to gain a genuine basic understanding of these events. All the paper and pens in the world can never fully tell the story of the Holocaust… but we must begin.
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