The Nuremburg laws applied to the Roma as well as the Jews. Hitler's dictate was to kill every Pole "man, woman and child without mercy." Poles were the Nazi's first victims - 6 million were killed in the death camps, 1/2 of them Jews, 1/2 Christian. The really big Nazi campaign was the Generalplan Ost, which called for the genocide of Eastern European Slav by the 10s of millions. Nazis were defeated before this was implemented. "Shoah" might refer to Jewish dead, but "Holocaust" is defined by most of the world as the extermination of 11 million souls, 6 million Jews and 5 million non-Jews considered "undesirable." There is no "big difference." The Holocaust was a human tragedy, not only a Jewish one.
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