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Assia Levinski Holocaust

Assia Levinski, one of the 1.5 million murdered in the Holocaust.
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Nikhita A.

on 22 May 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com All the Jews were forced to an over crowded (more than 7,000 people) ghetto. There was bad food, medicine, and sanitation. <-- Nazi Soldiers All Jews were forced to leave the Ghetto. Then they were forced to move a few miles out of the city. Anyone who tried to escape was shot. Assia was ONLY one of the 1.5 million children killed in the Holocaust. Assia Levinski This is Assia. She lived in a village in Lithuania. She was 13 years old when she was captured. <--- Nazi Symbol She was the child to Leon and Chaja Levinski, and has a little brother name Monia. Her grandparents lived in a small farm near by. She was a happy person with a good life. Then the Nazis invaded. Assia and her little brother was forced to stand near an already prepared ditch and was massacred. Monia, her little brother was only ten years old. Again, she was only 13 years old. She never got to live her dreams just like the 1.5 other million children who died in the holocaust. <--This is what it
might have looked
like child of the Holocaust
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