Holocaust Remembrance Day: Ex-Nazi Oskar Groening, Auschwitz bookkeeper charged in 300,000 murders of Jewish inmates

On Jewish Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom HaShoah, April 19, child survivors commemorated the slaughter of 6 million Hebrews in Nazi Germany, reported the South Florida Sun-Sentinel on April 20. In other news, ex-Nazi Oskar Groening is being charged in 300,000 murders of Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland.

Groening, now 93, was the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" the largest mass-murder site in Jewish Holocaust. A judge in Leuneburg, Germany handed down nearly a third of a million accessory-to-murder charges for Groening's part in the gas chamber deaths of Jewish deportees from Hungary.  Ex-Nazi Oskar Groening, Auschwitz bookkeeper charged in 300,000 murders - Grand Rapids News | Examiner.com

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