Using the most restrictive definition of the Holocaust produces a death toll of around six million Jewish people, the figure cited by Adolf Eichmann, one of the Holocaust's architects. The broadest definition would raise the death toll to 17 million. A research project started in 2000, led by Geoffrey Megargee and Martin Dean for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, estimated in 2013 that 15–20 million people had died or been imprisoned in the sites they have identified to date. Holocaust Remembrance Day was April 11 (sunset) - 12 (nightfall) - (the 27th of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar).
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