A thriving trade in Holocaust artefacts from the millions of Jews killed by the Nazis is outraging Jewish groups worldwide. Internet sales of the yellow stars Jews were forced to wear, dolls allegedly cuddled by children in death camps like Auschwitz and the paper money used in ghettos in Poland are part of the latest craze for militaria collectors.Earlier this month, a curiosity shop in Montreal, Canada, was condemned by Jewish groups for selling a bar of soap allegedly made from the fat of Holocaust victims. The store owner, Abraham Botines – himself Jewish – claimed the soap was ‘made out of people… the fat of people’ and said he believed it was important to display and sell such items to ‘remember the Holocaust’.