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Description Map of the Jewish Holocaust death toll as a % of the total pre-war Jewish population by country/region
  • Light pink = 0-1%
  • Pink = 2-34%
  • Red = 35-59%
  • Brown = 60-79%
  • Dark brown = 80-90%
  • Sources:
  • (for the countries mentioned in this link)
  • (for the other countries not mentioned in the previous link)
Date 2012-08-15 23:14 (UTC)
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  • derivative work: Futurist110

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