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An Holokausto amo an gintawag ha pagpatay han unom ka ribo o milyones ka Europeno Hudeyo ha panahon han Gyera Pankalibutan II nga programa ha ilarom han Alemanya Nazi ngan iya mga batos ha pamumuno ni Adolf Hitler.

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