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    Why the holocaust happened by Nazi The holocaust is one of the most horrific and specific events of twentieth century that happen by Nazi of Germany and more than six million Jewish people died. It happened between 1933 and 1945 during the World War II. Most of the victim group was Jewish. Almost from 10 Jewish people 7 of them were killed in Europe by Nazis group (BBC). If we bring etymology of holocaust , according to Oxford English Dictionary' the it comes via the Latin word holocaustum from…

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    The Holocaust was a recent event in history that claimed the lives of over 6 million people. The Holocaust was a hate crime on a massive scale, many died in internment camps like Auschwitz, ghettos were a painful step down from internment camps, these events are why the Holocaust should be known. (Introduction To The Holocaust)An internment camp called Auschwitz in Germany was a death camp where people were sent to die. The camp held ten thousand prisoners at a time and was infested with…

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    Holocaust in Nazi Germany No one could believe it. No one could imagine such a massacre ever happening in history, but it did. During the darkest hours for the Jewish people, nearly 7,000,000 perished during the Holocaust. During the short period of time from 1933 to 1945, the Nazi regime led by Adolf Hitler was quick with their work on exterminating as many Jews as possible. Hitler’s anger and jealousy quickly led to hatred and the desire to kill the Jews and anyone who stood in his way.…

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    Alyssa Redfern Mrs. Sehorn and Mr. Hills Social Studies and Language Arts 23, February 15 The Holocaust Starting in 1933, over six million innocent lives were taken by Nazis during the infamous Holocaust. Hitler believed that the German race was superior, and anyone who he felt was inferior or threatened his power, would be terminated. The Holocaust took place during World War II. It was orchestrated by Adolf Hitler and lasted approximately twelve years. During this time, the…

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    One of the biggest was the Holocaust. The Holocaust was a mass genocide of European Jews, gypsies and homosexuals. The Holocaust took place over the course of twelve years. Although the exact number is not known and estimated eleven million people died as a result of the Holocaust, six million of those people being Jewish. The Holocaust started in 1933 when Hitler came to power in Germany. It ended in 1945 when the Nazis were defeated by the Allied powers. The Holocaust is one of the biggest…

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    The Holocaust - I see Holocaust as one of the greatest atrocities in human history today. It is very painful to look at it and understand what could have lead Germans to kill over six million Jews and millions of more others deemed undesirable, to murder them outright. Two ways in which the Holocaust could be attributed to economic causes 1. Depression- there was a great depression in Germany. Fighting ravaged Europe’s countryside and agriculture. Few people remained to work in the fields after…

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    Children Of The Holocaust From 1933 up until 1945 Jewish children felt like there was no longer any life and there was no surviving. All Jewish people were targeted for death, 6 to 11 percent were Jewish kids and 33 percent of them were Jewish adults. When WWII began in September 1939, there were approximately 1.6 million Jewish children living in areas that the Germans or their allies would occupy. Adolf Hitler made the decision to carry out the systematic mass murder of Jews and by the end of…

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    Holocaust Survivor Stories The Holocaust was a terrifying period for the Jews living in Europe. Between 1933-1945, “up to 6 million jews were killed” in concentration camps and gas chambers. (ushmm.org) The persecution of them as a religious group are well documented in history. However, many Jews survived and had stories to tell about their experiences. In the following stories of personal survival, the atrocities they suffered, the abuses survived, and the lives rebuilt all serve to teach…

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    A Little Bit About The Holocaust 11 million died in just 12 years, this is called the Holocaust (website). The span of the Holocaust was From January 30, 1933 when Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany, to May 8, 1945. (When the war in Europe officially ended) A total of 11 million people died, 6 million being Jews, 5 million were another race and 1.1 million were kids. The Nazi’s were tricky people because of how they convince people to go with them; the Nazi’s called it “relocating”, as if…

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    The United States of America displayed many inconsistencies via their immigration policies in their treatment of the Holocaust survivors. Before the end of World War II, anti-semitic sentiments could be seen on posters within most major cities and by those that were elected into political positions.It was widely contested that should America, still trying to recover from the effects of the Great Depression, have allowed more refugees than what was permissible, it would have “created more…

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