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The Book Thief
Transcript of The Book Thief
Words and literature
Camp number two 16 July 1937
1 September 1939 Germany invades Poland and World War II begins.
4 October 1942 All Jews in concentration camps in Nazi Germany are sent to Auschwitz.
D-Day June 6 1944 On this day, the Allied forces invaded Normandy and won the battle.
End of WWII May 7 1945 Soviet forces invade Berlin and capture it. Germany surrenders, and the war is now officially over.
Strategic Bombing During World War II
What was it: they were sustained aerial attack on railways, harbors, cities, workers' housing, and industrial districts in enemy territory during World War II. Strategic bombing is a military strategy which is distinct from both close air support of ground forces and tactical air power.
Strategic bombing during World War II began on 1 September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland and the Luftwaffe (German air force) began bombing cities and the civilian population in Poland in an indiscriminate aerial bombardment campaign
About the author
Born in Sydney, Australia
23 years old (born June of 1975)
He rewrote the first 90 pages of The Book Thief 150-200 times
The author of 5 books
The Book Thief movie clip (2013)
1. What does Liesel steal?
2. When does Liesel's brother die?
3. Who is Rudy?
4. In what country does the book take place?
5. What's the name of the Jew hidden in the Hubermann's basement?
6. Which concentration camp is nearest to Molching?
By Alyssa Herrman, Jordan Legge, Jillian Murphy, Rayanne Culver
Life During Hitler's Reign
January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany
First concentration camp established March 20, 1933
10 May 1933, First books by Jews and opponents of Nazism (Communists,Capitalists, etc.) are burned publicly.
3 Aug 1934 Hitler appoints himself President-Chancellor of Germany (total control) and begins his regime by persecuting Jews.
No Jews allowed, 1 May 1935
"I am all bluster.
I am not violent.
I am not malicious.
I am a result."
"Sometimes I arrive too early.
and some people cling longer
to life than expected."
"By the way-
I like this human idea of the grim reaper. I like the scythe.
It amuses me."
*A Guided Tour of Suffering*
To your left,
perhaps your right,
perhaps even straight ahead,
you find a small black room.
In it sits a Jew.
He is scum.
He is starving.
He is afraid.
Please- try not to look away.
Ignore the itchy feet.
Don't scratch the soles.
And don't move too much.
Just leave everything as it is, at all cost.