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    The holocaust was a time of misery and death. It was one of the worst times in history. A mass murder of over 6 million Jews under the order of Adolf Hitler. But why did Hitler do this? Was this his plan all along or is that what he had to resort to in order to eliminate the inferior “race of the Jews?” Why he did he have such a strong belief in superiority of the German Aryan race? In in 1939, Hitler was in power in Nazi Germany. Jews feared for their lives. Simply walking down the street…

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    Causes of the holocaust: The Holocaust was the systematic killing of 6 million people. Jews, gypsies and other undesirables were persecuted by the Nazi party. The Nazis thought that they were a superior race of people and thought that they were better than everybody else. They wanted to get rid of people that were not part of their great race. The Holocaust was one of the worst killings of a race the world has ever seen. For instance the persecution of people that the Nazi’s did not like.…

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    Holocaust Assignment Judaism was one of the most followed religion in and then something terrible happened and it changed how people thought. The jewish people were were held in Nazi ghetto camps during World War II. This event that took place was called the Holocaust which was a mass genocide of jews. The leader of this was Adolf Hitler he did not have a reason to start this killing of six million jews except that he blamed them for the start of World War I and did not want the blame to be…

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    The Holocaust is one of the most dreadful topics to talk about. It was one of the uttermost crucial moments in the world. What was even more depressing, is the children that had to go through those awful moments. Of the millions of children murdered in the holocaust, some of who survived endured the chance to tell their stories. The holocaust was between the years of 1933 and 1945. In 1939, Germany invaded Poland, and that’s how World War two started. “Hitler was partly motivated by a fanatical…

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    The Holocaust was a time of pure evil and grief. From when Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, lasting to the day the war ended in 1945, the Jewish population was taken from their homes, put to work, and faced with shocking living conditions. One of Hitler’s goals was to racially cleanse the society of Germany and areas in Poland to become a complete Aryan race. In 1933 the first concentration camp was established. These camps were used as either work camps, transit camps, or killing…

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    The Holocaust The Holocaust was a time period of great despair for Jews, Gypsies, the mentally disabled, and many other minorities. The Holocaust took place from January 30, 1933 to May 8, 1945. Many Jews were punished for their religion, being blamed for the murder of Jesus Christ. It took place all throughout Europe and other countries such as Germany, Australia, Berlin, Poland, Denmark, The Soviet Union, France, Greece, the Netherlands, and Hungary. The Holocaust was a major turning point…

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    The Holocaust began in 1933. Adolf Hitler created the Holocaust. The Holocaust was mass murder of the Jews. Victims of the Holocaust suffered for four years. There were 566,000 victims of the Holocaust (“Women”). Victims in the holocaust were Jews, gypsies, and homosexuals. The people who refused to go the concentration camps were taken some where else.The Jews were taken to the concentration camps against their will. The Jews were taken to the concentration camps by trains. There were about…

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    The Holocaust has been discussed throughout history and english classes for decades. Students learn about the types of camps, stories of people who lived through the horrors, and many more horrific details of this tragic time period. A less discussed topic is the justification of these cruel events. Why did they pick the Jewish people, how could they do such inhumane things to innocent people, but just generally, how did the human race allow this to happen? Why were Jewish people chosen to be…

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    The holocaust was a planned ethnic cleansing, in which the Nazi party killed six million Jewish people, and more than eleven million people in total killed. They were forced from their homes, and put in concentration camps, for forced labor, before killing them. Hitler mainly targeted the Jewish, Poles, Gypsies, and Soviets. Hitler also went after the mentally and physically disabled, he also went after prisoners of war. Hitler got rid of people he deemed unfit to join the German Aryan race. The…

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    Daniel Torres Professor Purcell History 17B 06 May 2016 The Holocaust and Its Impact The world has endured and witness countless cruel events in its years, many countries have their own historic events of cruel and unusual punishments whether it being over trade, war, treaties, or simply conformity. However, there is one event in history that is talked about in every country. This event is discussed to remind the generations of the horrific actions one dictator made that would change the world…

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