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  • of two Dutch survivors of Sobibor Extermination Camp during the [[Shoah|Holocaust]].
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  • ...30, 1956. Some of Berta's relatives were murdered by the Germans in the [[Holocaust]], with the use of atomic bombs the most significant event of [[World War I [[Category:Holocaust survivors]]
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  • ...following [[World War II]] further decreased the use of Yiddish both among survivors and Yiddish-speakers from other countries (such as in the Americas). Howeve ...ound five million of those killed — 85 percent of the Jews who died in the Holocaust — were speakers of Yiddish.<ref name="Sprache 1984 p. 3"/> Although milli
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