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Human rights project

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The Gestapo Police Nazi Torture Arbitary arrests She had to destroy all
protests against the fuhrer You could not have a trial
before you being incarcerated The Second World War

officially started. 1939 1° Germany attacked and conquered France ;

2° Hitler attacked Britain. 1940 1941 1° German invaded Russia ;

2° The use of gas chambers on Jew has been applied at Auschwitz ;

3° Japan attacked Pearl Harbor (Hawaii,U.S.) ;

4° Hitler VS United States ;

5° Hitler control on Germany’s army. 1942 1° The fall of British fortress in Singapore.

2° Mass murders of Jewish people were taking place.

3° Turning point of the battle midway in Pacific war 1943 1° Meeting of leaders of Soviet Union, United States and Britain. ;

2° Soviet Union joined the war with U.S. and Britain against Japan ;

3° Our allies bombers began to attack German cities in daylight air raid. 1944 1° Liberation of countries from Germany’s imprisonment. 1945 1° Art treasures stolen by Nazis ;

2° Liberation of more concentration camps;

3° Dead of Hitler and V-E Day ;

4° V-J- Day, war is officially over! ;

5° The United Nations are born. The radio or wireless : Every home had their radio to listen the news and what was going on in the war.

Article 19 : Freedom of expression Writing letters : It wasn’t everybody who had a phone in their home, so people wrote letters and postcards to keep in touch. Friends and neighbours : While parents left their children to go work, youths had to keep an eye on themselves and on their brothers or sisters. Children practising first aid, with dolls.

They are playing in a bomb-damaged building.

These girls' fathers were air raid wardens

People offered help to neighbours. This sign says 'Shelter',

and adds that if 'caught out in a raid' there was room in the

family’ shelter for two more people The wartime kitchen : People cooked on a stove heated by coal or wood fire, but also the stove heated the room. Not a lot of families had a refrigerator.

But particularly, there was a restricting amount of certain food for each week with a ration book to allow grocer, butcher and greengrocer to check your weekly ration. Beside a ration book are one person's rations for a week including four slices of bacon and one egg. Air Raid Shelters : An air raid was an attack by enemies’ planes dropping bombs and there was an alarm who alerted people to run into air raid shelters. A woman in Clapham (south London) waters

vegetables Planted on the roof of her

Anderson’ shelter in the garden. Concentration camps Mobile killing units, went into town and killed jews, gypsies and soviet komissar. Gas Chamber Forced labour camp Human experimentations Human rights that aren’t respect We are all born free and equal

Don’t discriminate

The right to life

No torture All those who contradicted the Fufrher could be arrested

The Gestapo was mainly composed of germans.

They acted without pity Germany 1939-1945 they come at your home and they constrain you to leave with them

You don't know why you're arrested and where you're going Human rigths

#9: No unfair detainment
#10: The right to a trial
#11: We're always innocent till proven guilty
#12: The right to privacy Human rights #18: Freedom of thought

#19: Freedom of expression

#30: No one can take away yout human rights They torture everyone they arrested to obtain informations They want to get informations

They torture you for hours It was the beginning of a long and grim war. Adolf Hitler decided to exterminate all the jews in the world. He's ready to do EVERYTHING to attain his goal. The pity isn't on his way. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/ They arrest you without proofs or with some that were dubious. http://www.histoire-en-questions.fr/vichy%20et%20occupation/oppression%20pillage/gestapo%20torture.html The technique of the frozen bath was very popular. She consiste to put people in a really cold bath and keep their head under water several times http://www.google.ca/imgres?q=gestapo&um=1&hl=fr&sa=N&biw=1366&bih=643&tbm=isch&tb http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/food_and_shopping/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/air_raids/ How did they stoped this war? April 1945: Allies attack Suicide of Hitler September 1945: Japan surrendered The jews are now free and the world can breathe anew. Of course, we still have a lot of work to do to rebuild our planet References http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/

http://www.crl.edu/focus/article/414

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/second-world-war-wwii
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