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The term "holocaust" is best defined as __________. A. the total elimination of a population B. the destruction of life on a massive scale C. the destruction of a nation's Jewish population D. mass
murder motivated by religious differences
The term "holocaust" is best defined as C. the destruction of a nation's Jewish population.
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