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  • From it I learned how the races of men spread from land to land and built great cities, how a few great rulers, earthly Titans, put everything under their feet, and with a decisive word opened the gates of happiness for millions and closed them upon millions more: how different nations pioneered in art and knowledge and broke ground for the mightier growths of coming ages; how civilization underwent as it were, the holocaust of a degenerate age, and rose again, like the Phoenix, among the nobler sons of the North; and how by liberty, tolerance and education the great and the wise have opened the way for the salvation of the whole world.
  • For it would be utterly absurd to imagine every single individual responsible in some way for the Holocaust, all making the right choices.
  • On Holocaust Memorial Day itself there will be a non-religious ceremony at the Holywell Music Room.
  • Holocaust denial per se is not an offense in the United Kingdom.
  • So what is the basis for the deniers ' claims that the Holocaust never happened?

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