So man is caught in a zugzwang.
On one hand, history and historical significance are generally forgotten relatively quickly because generations turn over about every forty years.
One generation passes away, and another generation comes...There is no remembrance of former things; neither shall there be any remembrance of things that are to come with those that shall come after (Ecclesiates 1: 4, 11).
On the other hand, there's a fundamental flaw in man that cannot be corrected apart for the saving grace of Jesus Christ. That uncorrected fundamental flaw causes man to repeat the same mistakes over and over again, even though he may be aware of those historical facts, partly because he cares more about the immediate present than some long-lost historical "lesson". Unfortunately, the elements of flawed personalities and the immediate needs of the popular culture of that day that lead to the holocaust are definitely capable of being repeated.
The issue is really the hearts of men. The answer, individually and collectively, is turn to our Savoir Jesus Christ who is the only one that can fundamentally change the hearts of men.
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.....Or at least start with the foundation of “believing in God”.