The overwhelming majority of the victims of the Holocaust died in the gas chambers at the extermination camps. A small minority did leave the camps alive. These survivors resettled throughout the world, often in Israel and North America.
Smith, P. (2017). Holocaust: PTSD in survivors and those who survive the survivors. In P. Joseph (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of war: Social science perspectives (Vol. 1, pp. 797-800). SAGE Publications, Inc., https://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483359878.n302
Infographic to show the number of European Jews that died by the end of World War II due to national socialism.
The gold persons represent the 2/3 of European Jewish population that died, and the white persons represent the 1/3 of the population that survived.
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