Mass Murder in History
From the paper:
“Mass murder like mass hysteria is a terrifying phenomenon to which the Western civilization has succumbed to all too easily in the bygone eras. As the term suggests, mass murder is the brutal killing of a massive population for a variety of reasons that can be either religious, moral and social or political, bigoted and racist in nature. Whatever the causes, mass murder remains one of those episodes in the history of Western civilization, which one would gladly like to forget. However not many measure up to the extermination of European Jews that occurred during the Second World War. This was a tragedy of insurmountable proportions and can be attributed to Hitler?s propagandist campaign that successfully mobilized the German masses, particularly the youth of the country.
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This incident better known as the Holocaust can be described as the extermination of European Jews by the Nazis during the years 1939-45.”