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Transcript of MAUS
What is Communism?
Who Are The Gestapo's?
the gestapo Killed nearly
Jews during the Holocaust
Were There Other Genocides Aside
From The Holocaust?
how has the war affected the relationships between father and child now a days?
What were the living conditions of the concentration camps?
How did the perpetrators know who was jewish?
Synagogue Member lists
they would go through:
by german law You were
considered jewish if:
or you had 1 jewish parent
2 jewish grandparents
you had a jewish spouse
They also used facial features to try to
detect who was jewish
Dark curly hair
Large hook nose
Dark beady eyes
the living conditions on the concentration camps were horrrid
they lacked lighting
and had no windows
it was cold and dirty
Each bed typically slept
there was no medical care
pregnant women were forced to get abortions
they were fed very little food
there were over 100 concentration camps
by: Madeleine Whitestone, Tina liu and qi eng
Auschuitz- birkenau was the biggest
Over 1.1 million people were killed there
Concentration camps were used for:
The sleeping quarters held
lives were worthless
to the guards
prisoners were often
beaten by the guards
and if you could you were worked to death
they would immediately kill
anyone who couldn't work
the goal was to kill off the prisoners by work
doctors would conduct savage medical experiments on the prisoners
for the fun of it
Gestapo, abbreviation for
German for "Secret State Police"
they were Nazi Germany's secret police force
the gestapo`s hunted down anyone who could be a threat to the nazis or who they thought was undesirable
the nazi`s believed in eugenics
The Holocaust was not the only genocide
Genocide in Armenia (1915-1923)
Genocide in Cambodia (1975-1979)
Armenians were deported, rounded up and executed
Outlawed education, religion, healthcare, and tech.
Evacuation of Cambodia cities and forced the residence into labor with little food and sleep.
If they could not keep up they would be tortured and/or executed
Execution mainly targeted towards the educated people
sadly there have been Many other genocides
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The comrade (spy) was one of the reasons why it spread that fast. They can send the message to Russia, but also they can inflect others, to start to think the communism is good for their life .(country)
if you Compare those two gaps they are similar to each other.
The relationship between parents and their
children in WWII is similar to now a days.
left a huge
gap in most
most of the time , children don’t fit well with their family's, especially with the family's with two parents who fought through the war.
The war also left the influence on
the jews. the book MAUS shows
this when Vladek did a lot of
unreasonable things to make sure
that Artie will have a better life
which makes the relationship
worse. Like the jacket event or
the bank event...etc .
The use of technology deepens the gap in the family
The children will usually spend more time on computer other then talking with their family
Communism is a classless, moneyless, and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of production, as well as a social, political and economic ideology and movement that aims at the establishment of this social order.
communism was introduced during the Russian revolution, the leader of this revolution was Vladimir Lenin.
He introduces a new theory called Marxism-Leninism. It is based on the Marxism and
Revolutionary Socialism. It advocate the army force to establish the social order from communism.