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Holocaust Presentation

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on 6 May 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli by: Isaiah pope holocaust Warsaw Ghetto This was what the Warsaw Ghetto looked like after an uprising. This picture taken Sunday May, 16th 1943. The Jews got tired of the Germans so they did something. Warsaw Ghetto after uprising This is a picture of Jews being transported after the uprising in Warsaw. Picture taken on Sunday May, 16th 1943. This was almost a normal day so it was showing why the Jews would rebel. protest against nazis This is a picture of a Anti-Nazi protest in London. This picture was taken in 1933. lots of people didn't like Germans anti-nazi protest These demonstrators gathered in Madison square garden in new york on Wednesday May, 10th 1933. this showed that people that might not be Jewish still dint like what nazis where doing. Derailed train Taking Action Changing of names This is a picture of Egons Israelski who changed his name to show he was not Jewish.
this picture was taken on Wednesday, October 12 1938. People had to do things we wouldn't consider doing to survive. This is a picture of a German transport/ ammo train that got derailed on Saturday, July 3 1943. Jews would fight back with force. Jews practicing This is a picture of jews demonstrating how to put TNT on the train tracks so they will get derailed and cargo wont get to its destination. They did this because they were tired of the Germans. 7th period "PHOTO ARCHIVES ONLINE CATALOG." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 1 May 2013. <http://www.ushmm.org/research/collections/
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