A new study has revealed that Jews were slaughtered at a “hyperintense” rate during the first 100 days of the holocaust. Close to a quarter of all the Jews murdered in the Holocaust were actually killed during the first three months of the operation, in 1942. As reported by the NY Post, the new shocking calculation says that as many as 15,000 people were killed per day for a total of 1.47 million in the 100-day period, likely making it the deadliest three months in the history of humanity. The study published last Wednesday, in the Science Advances academic journal, indicates that the time period between August through October 1942, during the Operation Reinhardt mass-slaughter campaign, was the most ruthless in recorded history.

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