(JTA) — Germany published a new list of its citizens who were killed in the Holocaust.
The new register, published May 7, updates the first edition, from 1986, which listed only victims from the former West Germany. The new version includes all of Germany and parts of modern Poland and contains 150,000 names. Up to 600,000 Jews lived in Germany before the rise of the Nazis in the 1930s.
Thursday May 18, 2006
Webmaster note: How is it that those blood-thirsty Nazis failed to kill three-quarters of the Jews directly under their control, while somehow allegedly killing two-thirds of all the Jews in Europe? Once again, the numbers given to support Holocaust extermination claims simply don’t add up.