Every year on 27 January, people remember and reflect on the genocide carried out by the Nazis during the Second World War.
On the Sky News Daily Niall Paterson speaks to Efraim Zuroff, a historian and Nazi hunter, about delivering justice for victims of the Holocaust before the perpetrators of those crimes pass away.
Plus, Karen Pollock, chief executive at Holocaust Educational Trust, explains the importance of remembering what happened.
Audio credit: Ernest Marchand was interviewed by Louise Coutts in 1998 for National Life Stories at the British Library. You can access the full interview online at British Library Sounds. The library will be relaunching its Voices Of The Holocaust education web resource in spring 2023.
Producer: Soila Apparicio
Interviews producer: Tamara Bungaroo Valdes
Podcast promotions producer: David Chipakupaku
Editor: Philly Beaumont