- What was the Holocaust?
- Judaism and Jewish life
- What is antisemitism?
- How did the Nazis gain power?
- Life in Nazi-controlled Europe
- What were camps?
- What was the Final Solution?
- How did people respond?
- Survival and legacy
Jews do not take a particular view on other religions and their practices and beliefs, so long as they are broadly moral and teach people to behave well.
As long ago as Roman times, Jewish scholars had outlined seven basic moral laws. These were called the Noahide Commandments, which in their view were all that was required for people to live a decent life.