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The Holocaust

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Sofia Holmgren

on 29 January 2014

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Transcript of The Holocaust

The Holocaust
How the Nazi’s saw the Jewish people and other small groups
How the Nazi’s train people to hate Jewish people
Conditions in the concentration camps
How the Nazi’s saw the Jewish people and other small groups
"He is no master people, he is an exploiter. The Jews are a people of robbers. He has never founded any civilization, though he has destroyed civilizations by the hundred...everything he has stolen. Foreign people, foreign workmen build him his temples, it is foreigners who create and work for him, it is foreigners who shed their blood for him."

Hitler said in a speech 1922 Already there Hitler declared his opinion, who many people listened to, and it affected many people's thoughts.
Hitler blamed the Jews for the loss in World War 1
Nazi's stopped Germans from shopping in Jewish shop
Nazi race theory saw many groups as ’undesirables’: Jews, Roma, black, homosexuals and the mentally and physically disabled.
The Nazi's would spread out propaganda about the Jews
How did the Nazi’s train people to hate Jewish people?

"The Jewish youth lies in wait for hours on end.......spying on the unsuspicious German girl he plans to seduce..........
He wants to contaminate her blood and remove her from the bosom of her own people. The Jew hates the white race and wants to lower its cultural level so that the Jews might dominate."
"Was there any form of filth or crime...without at least one Jew involved in it. If you cut even cautiously into such a sore, you find like a maggot in a rotting body, often dazzled by the sudden light - a Jew."

Hitler stated in his book Mein kampf.
Children at schools were taught specifically to hate jews.

Jewish school children got bullied by both teachers and students

If Jewish children didn't wanting to go to school they got called typical lazy jew.
Conditions in the concentration camps
‘’There was not enough room to lie down in the barracks, there were 1200 women.
We slept in rows, back to back, with knees pulled up and feet touching. Many of us had diseases, and needed to climb over bodies to get out which made some women scream, causing the guards to shoot into the barrack’'

Trude Levi, Auschwitz survivor
Judes got treated so bad that thousands and thousands died from hunger, diseases and killings.
75% of the Jews went straight to the gas chamber and got killed.
In Auschwitz, which was the biggest Concentration Camp.
They slept on straw spread over the wooden bunks.
Lice and rats were everywhere, as a result, epidemics of contagious diseases were common.
How did the Nazis saw the Jewish people?
What did the Jewish people do in the camps?

-Hitler said that the judes stoler victory from Germany in WW1.
-Hitler also said that the "jewish poison" gave Germany cancer and other diseases.
-Hitler's mother was unsuccesfully treated by a jewish doctor.
-Hitler starts educating kids on schools how they can recognize the "jewish poison"
-In the camps the judes wake up at 4 am.
-They get a little bit of food and tasteless coffee
-Roll call
-Then you will start a day of 12-14 hours of work
-Lunch. You will get a little amount of bread.
-After the lunch break work will be very hard.
-Roll call
-Diner. You will get a kind of soup and maybe some bread
-After diner you go back to you barrack.
The Holocaust
Hitler and who he was
What is a jewish person
What is meant by a jew?
Consequences of the Holocaust
11 million people died in the Holocaust
Consequences for Germans
Germany was split in East and West Germany
Consequences for Jewish people
Two thirds of the Jews in Europe were killed
Concentration camp inmates during the Holocaust
World War II 1939-1945

How did Jewish people fight back?

Did people know about concentration camps during the Second World War?
Humans rights today
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