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Transcript of Holocaust
Who was the man behind it all?
The main reason behind his madness
Effects of the Holocaust
Why did the people help?
Anglo-American and Soviet troops went into concentration camps, corpses were found along with survivors. Officials sent survivors to rehabilitation camps. Most Jews were afraid and traumatized that they feared to go back to their own homes. The Holocaust was a very sorrowful time in history and it affected many lives.
A documented experience
Who are the Nazi's?
The Nazi's were a group formed by, primarily, unemployed German veterans from WW1. This political party was mainly based on racism and nationalism. They believed Germany was superior to all nations because of the belief they followed, it was easy for Adolf Hitler to manipulate what they thought was right.
He believed in a superior race. Jews were inferior in his perspective. Hitler believed Germans were the descendents of the Aryan race. This belief led to his hatred to grow and it led to his decision that the race should be wiped out.
The people believed Hitler would take them out of their poor quality lives. Hitler promised to solve the problems of the depression. For that reason people were blinded and supported anything Hitler did.
Adolf Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician. He was the leader of the Nazi Party. He was also the cause of over 6 million Jews being killed.
Who is Adolf Hitler?
by: Jaileen Gonzalez