The Holocaust: Getthos and Concentration Camps Essay

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During the Holocaust millions of innocent people died in a massive war. The people, who died, were known as slaves. Slavery is the state of a person who is a chattel of another human. The Jews were intelligent, wealthy, and successful; which Hitler turned the Germans against, which led to the Jewish genocide. The Holocaust impacted the social, economic, and environmental history of the World.
The history of the Holocaust was caused by multiple factors. For these but not limited to; why was someone has a slave. The Nazis hated Jews because of their impacts between Christianity and Judaism. Also, the Germans thought the Jewish community had too much power of the economic influence. Hitler was the mastermind behind changing the ways on
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In the Bialystok Ghetto the Jews fought the Nazi’s for 24-hours; the resisters were killed or captured. In the War Saw Ghetto a half-million original inhabitants had been drained to almost 60,000, to the result of starvation, disease, cold, and deportation. Also, 3,000 crack German troops had 7,000 reinforcements with tanks and heavy artillery surrounding the Ghetto. The last Ghetto was called Vilna; it started with the Jews uprisings against their Nazi Captors on September, 1, 1943. Most Jews were killed and only a few escaped, the ones that escaped joined the Partisan unit. (Jewish partisans were fighters in irregular military groups participating in the Jewish resistance movement against Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II).
In slavery you weren’t released from servitude, they didn’t just let you leave. One way to get out of servitude was to die. The three different was you died was: by striving to death, being lined up and being shot one by one, they put you into a gas chamber and you burn to death. That’s not one of the best ways to escape to servitude but at least they didn’t have to suffer anymore. The next way to escape servitude it’s a risk task. You have to escape the concentration camp which was guarded all day every day. Some people attempted to escape during the fights/riots but if you were caught you were shot on sight. Jews could’ve also tried to escape during night. The finally people escaped servitude is when The

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