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Transcript of Night Project
Ration of soup
Holocaust Art Work
money from nazi
1979 he died
Wipe that sneer off his face!
War savings and bonds
Monday, March 3, 2014
20,000 - 50,000 Bosnian women were raped by Bosnian Serb Men
200,000 - 400,000 people had died.
They killed all males from the ages 18 - 55
Zvornik Massacre - April 8th, 1992 4,127 were killed or missing
Glogova Massacre - May 8th, 1992 Glogova burned down.
Second Markale Massacare -August 28, 1995 37 dead and 90 wounded
Bosnia - herzegovina 1992-1995- 200,000 deaths.
The 99-day battle ended with the surrender of 76,000 troops, including Steele.
The break up of Yugoslavia caused the Bosnia Genocide.
Soldiers used rape and torture to execute people.
Bosnian Muslims were killed to stop the death of Bosnian Serbs.
best living conditions
WWII Art Work
"Without love or mercy I was nothing but ashes."
Eliezer loved his dad.
Eliezer and father both needed each others love to survive.
"We cannot give up, we cannot give up."
"Don't lose hope. Keep your faith."
"Don't let yourself fall asleep."
future would be saved
Highest Unemployment Rate
The official language is Bosnian.
Dr. Mengele Aftermath
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The book Night
Bosnia- Herzegovina is in Europe
Population is 369,534
Capital and largest city is Sarajevo
Concentration Camp in Auchwitz
"Work Makes You Free"
Main gate in Auchwitz
Concentration and death camps in Germany.
( Serb men )
"Es Lebe Deutcschland" means "long live Germany"