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Map and information courtesy of

Echoes and Reflections

https://echoesandreflections.org/interactive-map/

27 out of 50 states mandate Holocaust education
5 states Recommend and 17 states have commissions or taskforces to support holocaust education as part of their secondary school curriculum
Claims Conference
Conference on Jewish Material claims against germany

The Claims Conference in 2018 released a comprehensive national survey of Holocaust awareness and knowledge among adults in the United States.

  • 66% of US millennials did not know what Auschwitz was

  • 4 in 10 millennials thought 2 million Jews or fewer were killed during the Holocaust (actual number is over 6 million)

  • Eight out of ten respondents say it is important to keep teaching about the Holocaust so it does not happen again

  • The survey demonstrated wide gaps in younger American's knowledge of the genocide while also showing a concerning 15% of millennials and Gen Zers thought holding neo-Nazi views was acceptable.

Almost two-thirds of millennials, Gen Z don't know that 6 million Jews were killed in the Holocaust, survey finds

Ryan W. Miller

USA TODAY September 16, 2020 

ACCORDING TO SURVEY OF ADULTS 18-39, 23% SAID THEY BELIEVED THE HOLOCAUST WAS A MYTH

Harriet Sherwood

Wed 16 Sep 2020 00.01 EDT

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FACTS

11 million people were killed during the Holocaust (1.1 million children)

6 million of those victims were Jewish

 Other groups targeted: 

(according to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum)

  • Roma (Gypsies)

  • People with disabilities

  • Slavic peoples (especially Poles and Russians)

  • Communists

  • Socialists

  • Jehovah's Witnesses

  • Homosexuals

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Trip To Switzerland and Poland Nov 2015
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