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Life in the Ghettos

during the holocaust
by

maria godinez

on 26 May 2010

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Transcript of Life in the Ghettos

"Life during the Ghettos" During World War 2, Germans came to many small towns where many Jews lived, and parts of the towns were seperated into ghettos. Germans would put in several families in to one house, usually they would put 3 or 4 families into the house. Plumbing was broke, when people had to do potty, the Germans sent them outside to do there business. Contagious diseases spread rapidly in such cramped unsanitary housing. Germans tried very hard to starve the Jews by allowing them to eat only a very small amount of bread, potato, fat. Many jews starved. During the ghettos all the Jews had to be home by 6:00 in the afternoon and if someone who was out of their house after that time would be shot on the spot.... The Germans made the Jews live in miserable conditions I got this information in www.ujf.net which stands for United Jewish Federation of Pittsburg.
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