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The Holocaust: What would happen if Jews didn't wear their s

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The Holocaust: What would happen if Jews didn't wear their stars of David?
Jews Fined
If Jews got caught without the star of David, Nazis would find the Jews and Tax them. Amount of money deepened on the situation most likely. (Badge, Jewish)
http://www.streport.com/files/holocaust/2boys.jpg.html
Imprisoned
Some Jews without the star of David would be imprisoned. Jews would hide their star by covering it up with clothing so they wouldn't be forced into labor. (The Yellow Star (part 2)
http://library.thinkquest.org/05aug/00331/Camps.htm
Shot and killed
If Jews were found without the Star of David, they were shot and killed right away.
If you were in the holocaust as a Jew and you were walking on the street without your star someone could shoot you.
(Jewish Badges During The Holocaust)
Catchers
Catchers were people that were hired to search for Jews that didn't wear their star. The Jews were tortured until they admitted they were Jewish. (The Story of Stella Goldschlag)
http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/nazioccupation/frenchjews.html
If Jews were found without their stars, they could be fined, shot, imprisoned, and killed. Catchers were people that were hired to look for Jews that were not wearing their stars.
Conclusion
Works Cited
“Concentration Camps; Uniforms for Camps” Oracle Think Quest. 27 April 2006. Web.

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Emanuel and Avram Rosenthal. StReport Holocaust Memorial. streport.

Web. 15 Oct. 2013.

German photographer. A Jewish Man Wearing the Star of David. Bridgeman. Web.
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Jews forced onto Cattle Cars. “The Destruction of the Jews of France”.

holocaustresearchproject. Web. 17 Oct. 2013

Lazarus, David. German Solider’s Shooting a Woman With Child in Her Arms. “An Angel
Of Mercy.” Maozisrael. Web. 17 Oct. 2013
Works Cited #2
Rosenberg, Jennifer. “The Yellow Star (Part 2)”. About.com. Web.
17 Oct. 2013
The Holocaust Memorial Center, “Jewish Badges During the Holocaust”. Jewish Virtual Library. Web. 17 Oct. 2013
Tovar, Diana. “The Story of Stella Goldshlag” UC Santa Barbra. Web.
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Vashem, Yad. “Badge, Jewish”. Shoah Resource Center. Web.
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http://www.bridgemanart.com/asset/384497/German-Photographer-20th-Century/A-Jewish-man-wearing-the-Star-of-David-Berlin-26
http://www.maozisrael.org/site/News2?id=9722
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