Notable Holocaust deniers


Holocaust denial (commonly called Holocaust revisionism by its supporters) is the belief that the genocide of Jews during World War II - the Holocaust - did not occur. Key elements of this belief are the explicit or implicit rejection that, in the Holocaust.


- The Nazi government had a policy of deliberately targeting Jews, people of Jewish ancestry, and the Roma (also known as Gypsies) for extermination as a people.


- More than five million Jews were systematically killed by the Nazis and their allies.


- Tools of efficient mass extermination, such as gas chambers, were used in extermination camps to kill Jews.


In addition, most Holocaust denial i