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Project for Ms.Repp's Acadimic Enrichment. Got an 18.5 out of 20!!

Kayla Saunders

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Transcript of Holocaust

Death Camps
What Kind Of People Did Hitler Kill?
The kind of people that Hitler killed were:
*African Americans
*Anyone mentally or physically handicapped
*And anyone that did not agree with him

The victims of the Holocaust died by:
*They were worked to death from hard labor camps.
*Being forced to hopelessly overcrowd ghettos and refuse medication Killer diseases.
The Holocaust
By: Jillian Hudson and Kayla Saunders
Thesis Statement
What We Felt About The Holocaust
The Holocaust was all these words that were described in this picture. But there still isn't enough words to describe how bad this event was and how bad it still is.
Until their defeat in1945, the Nazis killed 11 million people in more than a dozen countries. Six million were Jews - two-thirds of the Jewish population in Europe. This genocide became known as the Holocaust.
When Did The Holocaust Start and End?
The Holocaust started on January 30,
1933 and ended on May 8, 1945.
How Did The Victims Die ?
What Does The Word Holocaust Mean?
The word holocaust (with a small h and without The) means: 1. great destruction, especially by fire; 2. whole burnt offering.
Because of the religious connotations of the word, some people prefer to use the word Shoah (Hebrew for great calamity, disaster).
In addition to the Jews, the Nazi killed many other groups. Some people include these other groups, some don't.

Concentration Camps
Concentration Camps were the Jews went to work. They had to stay in poorly made cabins. Some Jews, if they were lucky, got really nice cabins like in the picture. They only got food when they worked and got payed little money. Some Jews took the food where they farmed, but it was a great risk. This was because their were soldiers nearby. Most Jews worked so hard that they died and some Jews just died of hydration, lack of food, or an illness.
Gas Chambers
The Jews thought they were going to go take a shower, but they were really going into this building called Gas Chambers. Gas Chambers was a airtight room that can be filled with poisonous gas as a means of execution to the Jews.

Buchenwald Concentration Camp
Auschwitz Concentration Camp {Gas Chamber}
Different Kind of Gas Chambers
The Jews
The Jews were forced to work on prison and concentration camps. The Jewish population were forced into the ghettos.
Anne Frank
Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929. She died in March 1945. In 1933, Anne and her family moved to the Netherlands. Then in 1940 Germany invaded the Netherlands and the Frank family had to go in hiding.
The Ghetto
The ghetto was where Jews forced to live during the Holocaust
How did the Jews hide?
Death Camps are like concentration camps, but it has a large portion of the inmates are systematically put to death, are worked to death, or die from mistreatment.

The Jews hid in the basements or hidden rooms in their own homes. They also made special quilts to show that this was a place to hide from the Nazis.
Hitler's Youth
Hitler's Youth was a club where millions of boys and girls admire Hitler. A quote from Hitler for them is, "I began with the young,"said Hitler. "We older ones are used up... But my magnificent youngsters! Are there finer ones in the world? Look at all these girls and boys! What material! With them I can make a new world."
Hitler Youth Der Untergang Scene
The Blood Banner
To join Hitler's Youth you had to hold a Blood Banner. A Blood Banner is a banner that has blood of all of the Hitler Youth members that died. When you hold the Blood Banner with your left hand and with your other hand you raise 3 fingers and recite the pledge.
Hitler Youth Marching
Information On Young Adolf Hitler
Information On Old Adolf Hitler

-Born on April 20, 1889
-Baptized as a Catholic
-Hitler's father and grandfather were Jewish
-In 1889, Hitler's family moved to Linz the capital of upper Austria
-He lived in Vienna between February 1908 and May 1913
-Hitler had 7 siblings
-He was the fourth one out of seven
-Him and his sister Paula was the only two who survived their childhood
Alios Hitler Jr.
-Born on January 13, 1882 in Vienna, Austria.
- Died on May 20, 1956 in Hamburg, Germany
- He married Bridget Dowling in 1910.
-He married Hedwig Heidemann in 1916.
-His children were William Patrick Stuart-Houston and Heinz Hitler.
-His parents were Alios Hitler and Franziska Matzelsberger.
-He was Adolf's half-brother.

Angela Hitler
-Born on July 28, 1883 in Braunau am Inn, Austria
-Died on October 30, 1949 in Hanover, Germany.
-She married Martin Hammitzsch (1936–1945).
-She married Leo Raubal (1903-1910).
-Her children were Geli Raubal, Leo Rudolph Raubal Jr., and Elfriede Maria Hochegger
-Her parents are Franziska Matzelsberger and Alios Hitler.
-She was Adolf's half-sister
-If he was alive today,he would be 125 years old on April 20
-In 1932, Hitler was granted German citizenship
-On January 30, 1933 Hitler was appointed chancellor
Paula Hitler
-Born January 21, 1896 in Fischlham, Austria.
-Died June 1, 1960 in Berchtesgaden, Germany.
-Her parents were Klara and Alios Hitler.
-She was Adolf's youngest sister.

There is not alot of information on Gustav, Ida, Otto, and Edmund Hitler. Gustav was born in 1885 and died in 1887. Ida was born 1886 and died in 1888. Otto was born in 1887 and lived only for 3 days. Edmund was born in 1884 and died in 1900. These four siblings died because of an illness called diphtheria.
Diphtheria is a potentially fatel, contagious disease that usually involves the nose, throat, and air passages, but may also infect the skin. Its most atriking features is the formation of a grayish membrane covering the tonsils and upper part of the throat. This disease was a major childhood killer.
Sources Cited
~The Holocaust Heros
~The Legend Of The Holocaust
~Hitler's Youth
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