The Holocaust wasn’t an event from the shelves of webbed past, in a savage society devoid of civilization. It happened amongst educated bourgeoisie, no different to us, who let the tragedy happen by standing idle, leaving no ground for laxity in its remembrance. Leaving a scar on humanity, the Holocaust reminds us of the dehumanization we are capable of, and the value of humanity that can be revived thereof. Holocaust remembrance advocates humanity as an axiom to posterity, forfend repetition and audit future hate crimes. Remembrance also transpires the intrepid ones who ran the risk of saving few victim lives at the expense of putting their own in peril.