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Eleven million people were killed in the Holocaust. Almost six million of these were Jewish - Hitler's most recognized victims. But, five million were not Jewish. Who were these other victims?

The author, a Jewish convert of Polish Catholic descent, whose uncle was murdered by Nazi soldiers, discovered that there are many non-Jewish survivors eager to share their stories. There are hundreds of children of these survivors who have been searching for a voice - an opportunity to finally be counted. This book defines the non-Jewish Holocaust victims with actual interviews and stories contributed by survivors

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Holocaust Forgotten: Five Million Non-Jewish Victims
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Holocausr forgotten
October 2nd, 2014
As always, its about the Jews. Tell the real story about the other 5mil.
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