Definition of Auschwitz lie in English:

Auschwitz lie

Syllabification: Ausch·witz lie


The assertion that the Holocaust did not take place or that the number of deaths is exaggerated.
More example sentences
  • His essay, The Auschwitz Lie, first published in German in 1973, caused great consternation.
  • In other words, it is accepted as a given fact that the criminalization of the so-called Auschwitz Lie must continue unabated.
  • The book, titled Die Auschwitz Luge (The Auschwitz Lie), denied the existence of gas chambers at Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi concentration camp.

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