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THE HOLOCAUST

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THE HOLOCAUST
"MAUS II" "Here my troubles began"
by Art Spiegelman.
Valdek telling us his story of survival.
Bribe the German officers
- January, 30,1940
- Hitler became chancellor of Germany
-Won the elections of 1932
(Think quest, 2013)
When did the holocaust start?
-Nazi organized a violent prop
agan
da campaign
.Weimar government
.Jews
(Holocaust Encyclopedia, 2012)
Hitler For Chancellor!
- Jews
to bla
me for economy and culture
.Finance
.Press
.Literature
.Theater
.and the Arts.
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
Jews = evil
Ge
rm
ans = c
ou
rageous
.Hoo
k
ed nos
e
s
.Dark hair
-Daily paper, the Der Stürmer
-Comics about the
Jew
s
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/sturm28.htm
-1934
-absolute control
-campaign
-reaching its full potential
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
-Germans = destined to rule

-Jews = doomed to extinction
Jews were restricted and isolated
-Burning books

-Removing from professions and public schools

-Confiscating businesses and property

-Excluding from public events
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
November 9-10, 1938 attacks became violent.
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
Kristallnacht (the night of broken glass)
(Holocaust Encyclopedia, 2012)
-September, 1940

-Ghettos established for Polish Jews
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
-Three million Jews forced
to


-Live in the ghettos isolated
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
-June 1941 the "Final solution"
started

-Deported Jews to camps
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
-“Final Solution” needed manpower

-They reserved large numbers for

s
lave
labor
-Death camps = factories for killing Jews

-Shipped thousands of Jews each day

-The Jews were stripped then gassed to death
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
.Country's overrun by the Nazis

.Badges marking them as Je
ws

. Badges were stars
Their bodies burned in large oven
s
Camps were freed slowly
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
All freed by 1945
American
Grew to 200,000
Language skills = good jobs, food, fitted clothing
-Horrible conditions
.no food
.little water
.unfitted clothes
.unfitted shoes
.and cruel soldiers
British
Soviet
Saw the war end and the prisoners freed.
The punishments
Harsh conditions
clothes and shoes unfitted
Cruel guards
I was able to see what elements in the book were real.
The first element in the book that I realized was not true, was the element of Bribery.
it showed a lot of examples of bribery
How Valdek got letters to Anja?
I couldn't find anything related to the topic.
A lot of things were true though
Camp conditions, Murdering techniques, Slave labor
GOOD RESEARCH! :)
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
(Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)
Work Cited

" The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy." ThinkQuest : Library. The think quest holocaust team, n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <http://library.thinkquest.org/12663/>. ( Think quest, 2013)

"German Police: From Weimar Republic to Nazi Dictatorship." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Holocaust Encyclopedia, 11 May 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005465>. (Holocaust Encyclopedia, 2012)

"The Holocaust: An Introductory History." Jewish Virtual Library - Homepage. Jewish virtual library, n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/history.html>. (Jewish Virtual Library, 2013)

"Kristallnacht: The November 1938 Pogroms." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Holocaust Memorial, n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <http://www.ushmm.org/museum/exhibit/focus/kristallnacht/>. (Holocaust Encyclopedia, 2012)
thank you :)
A world wide affect in our society
-January 27
-International Holocaust Memorial day
-We see our mistakes

-And we never make them again!

- We can keep our world safe
CLASS PARTICIPATION!
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