It seems to me there are a lot of low-quality questions being asked about the trio of topics above.
I'm not referring to holocaust denial questions, which should obviously be killed with fire. I mean questions like this one. This user asked, apparently in good faith, whether Jews in Nazi Germany got electricity.
With no disrespect intended to the asker, this is a silly question. It doesn't take account of
1) the fact that electricity was used by relatively few people before the postwar era
2) the fact that Jews in camps or ghettoes obviously did not have electronic doodads, nor was that a major concern for them, given that they were being murdered in one way or another.
Someone who knows enough about history to know what the holocaust is ought to know both of the above things. It seems like asking a question about the Nazis for the sake of asking a question.
I feel we should discourage questions of this kind, and the current rules and sanctions aren't adequate for the task. I'm not sure what the solution is.
Am I imagining this problem? If I'm not, what's the solution?