What are the chief sources of information about the ‘Holocaust’?
The sources are:
(i) Information regarding the Holocaust trickled out of Germany during the last year of the regime. But the full horror of the ‘Holocaust’ was revealed only after Hitler was defeated.
(ii) Many a Jew survived the Holocaust to tell their stories. The indomitable spirits of the survivors to bear witness are precious sources of information.
(iii) Other sources are diaries, notebooks and documents preserved by many ghetto and camp inhabitants who did not survive the days.
(iv) Knowledge about the Holocaust lives on in memoirs, fiction, documentaries, poetry, memorials and museums in many parts of the world.
(v) They are a tribute to those who resisted and embarrassing reminder to those who collaborated.