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What is a genocid

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Genocidal war refers to the killing of people on the large number. During the Second World War, Germany used this method to kill a large number of people. They killed 6 million Jews, 200,000 gypsies, 1 million Polish civilians, and 70,000 physically and mentally disabled Germans. This, in turn, destroyed the large section of the population.


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