A significant numbers of Jews died in the Holocaust. The actual number will never be known. The Jews of the world have performed well in remembering those whom were brutally killed by the Nazi's. It's not their responsibility to remember all the countless others who also were brutally killed both in the camps and else where. To the millions of Polish Catholics, Romas, etc. it's up to those European societies to form their own remembrance days and monuments. Though, the U.S. Holocaust Museum, funded with public dollars, should make an attempt to also include those "Others" killed in the Holocaust.
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from the article: The Holocaust isn't just about Jews