It was only after the Second World War when Germany was defeated that the world came to realize the horrors of what had happened.
ii) The indomitable spirit to bear witness and to preserve the documents can be seen inmany ghetto and camp inhabitants who wrote diaries, kept notebooks and created archives.
iii) The memory of the holocaust live on memoirs, fiction, documentaries, poetry, memorials and museums in many parts of the word today. These are a tribute to those who resisted it, an embarrassing reminder to those who collaborated and a warning to those who watched in silence.
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