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The Holocaust was a genocide perpetrated by the Nazis, that killed around 11 million people, the majority of whom were Jews.
Holocaust may also refer to:
- Armenian Holocaust, the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of its minority Armenian subjects during and after World War I
- Ukrainian Holocaust or Holodomor, one of two genocides and man-made famines perpetrated by the Communists in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1932 and 1933, that killed up to 7.5 million Ukrainians
- Sikh Holocaust, either of two 18th century mass killings by Afghanis of Sikhs in the Punjab region, that resulted in 30,000 to 40,000 deaths
- Holocaust (sacrifice), a burnt offering
- Holocaust (band), Scottish heavy metal band
- Holocaust (comics), a fictional character in Marvel Comics
- Holocaust (DC Comics), a fictional character in Milestone and DC Comics
- Holocaust (miniseries), a 1978 American television miniseries
- "Holocaust", a song from the 1978 album Third/Sister Lovers by Big Star
- "Holocaust", a song by Turkish rapper Ceza
"Holocausto" is the word used in several languages (such as Spanish or Portuguese) to name the Holocaust. The term is used as well in:
- All pages with titles containing "holocaust"
- Nuclear holocaust, the potential annihilation of human civilization by nuclear warfare
- Names of the Holocaust
- Shoah (disambiguation)
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