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7.06 Genocide : Assessment

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Chloe Widner

on 4 December 2016

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Transcript of 7.06 Genocide : Assessment

7.06 Genocide : Assessment
The Holocaust was a very tragic event that resulted in the death of about 6 million Jews. The people that actually survived it are still haunted by it. The Jews had trouble reconnecting with their families after it was over, because of identity loss. Over half of the Jewish population was brutally killed during the Holocaust, and it had a huge impact on the future of Jews.
Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler is responsible for the Holocaust. He thought that he could take over the world (and basically did.)
Concentration Camps
Jews are taken to Concentration Camps. At the Camps, they are starved, overworked, and tortured.
Most Jews went into hiding. They hid in closets, hidden places in the wall, and other places.
Separated Families
Many families were separated during the Holocaust. The Nazis didn't care at all.
Many people protested against the Holocaust. They weren't enough to stop it, but they kept trying.
Call to Action:

To prevent genocides in the future, we need to learn from the mistakes of the past. We need to accept people for who they are, and not discriminate against race, religion, or culture.
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