The IHR's questions and answers have been reproduced unaltered. Nizkor, a website devoted to combatting Holocaust denial, follows their answers by refuting the 66 claims. The only evidence is the postwar testimony of individual "survivors. There are no contemporaneous documents and no hard evidence whatsoever: no mounds of ashes, no crematoria capable of disposing of millions of corpses, no piles of clothes, no human soap, no lamp shades made of human skin, no records, no credible demographic statistics.
Ethnic groups, especially Gypsies and Poles were killed as well. At the end of the war in the nazis had killed over two thirds of the Jews in Europe. In the nazi regime came to power in Germany and almost immediately they started to take measures against the Jews. One of the first measures was to define who was considered a Jew. Anyone who had 3 or more Jewish grandparents was automatically a Jew even if that person did not belong to the Jewish community.
Holocaust Denial and the Harm it brings Historical facts are typically viewed as the truth with the astounding amount of evidence present. Holocaust denial is the act of denying the Holocaust or the events surrounding the Holocaust in any way, shape, or form. Often deniers will state claims stating Nazi authorities did not use extermination camps and gas chambers, the actual number of people murdered was. Holocaust denial is present in the United States, Europe, and Canada.