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when did the Holocaust begin?

Different sources give different dates for the beginnings of the Holocaust. Many say it began in the early- to mid- 1930s as Germans increased the discrimination and violence against the Jews. But many sources -- as this one -- date the beginning of the Holocaust to 1939, the start of World War II.

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