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the camps

Kathleen Batman

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of holocaust

Intro Auschwitz Conditions Germany Rest of Europe Nazi Claim: "Prisners were in protective custody as persons detrimental to the commonwealth." Disease Malnutrition BREAKFAST: Bread and coffee made from acorns
LUNCH: Soup made of potato peels and beets
DINNER: Bread Clothing and Bedding Shelters Types of camps Prison Camps
Transit Camps
Extermination Camps
Labor Camps
Experimental Camps Objectives and Punishments Oppression and mass murder of Jews, political adversaries, and others considered socially and racially undesirable. Dragging
Carrying stones up stairs
Heart injections
Beatings Starvation
High Altitude
Medical Experiment
Poison "Arbeit macht frei."
"Work makes you free." 48 Camps (Three Main)
Roughly 1.1 million deaths (about 90% of them were Jewish)
1942-1944 transport trains took Jews to Gas Chambers from all over Nazi Occupied Germany
January 27, 1945 the camp was freed by Soviet Troops "It was in the Concentration camps that Adolf Hitler's concept of absolute power came into fruitation."

-Yisrael Gutman Statistics Approximately six million Jewish deaths Around an equal number of non-Jews Established about 20,000 camps Only 800,000-900,000 survived
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