I was born and grew up, during one of Hitler's wars. I really do understand, that unless one has truly been in such a war, it for most, really doesn't mean a great deal. Nobody can understand what it is like, to hear those bombs coming down upon you, every night and for years. Look at a few war movies and listen to the whistle of the bombs and then imagine they might fall on your home any second. I won't go into more here, but none of you would want to see what I saw in England, during the war and as a little girl.
During my lifetime, I have been privy to see many movies of the Jews and the camps in which they were kept. These are movies which only a handful of people across the world have ever seen. They are still in a private collection. Seeing them would change your lives for ever.
I can absolutely understand the feelings of our OP here. Whether or not it means much to many of us, the word means a great deal to the OP. The rest of us really must try to understand that. I don't know the horse, but do hope the OP can obtain some satisfaction from her outrage and sadness.