The Holocaust. Chapter 32, Section 3. Introduction. As part of their vision for Europe, the Nazis proposed a new racial order.
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Chapter 32, Section 3
This picture is typical of the smashed windows of Jewish businesses on Kristallnacht.
Empty Zyklon B canisters found by the Allies at Auschwitz at the end of World War II
Zyklon B granules on display at Auschwitz
This wheeled table helped transport the bodies of the gassed victims to the ovens for cremation.
This mechanism rotated the table upon which the bodies of the gassed victims were transferred to the ovens for cremation.
There was once a building standing here, but this is the area where the Nazis themselves burned this building down to attempt to destroy evidence of the death camps.
These are burned down barracks where the Nazis again tried to destroy evidence of atrocities in the Auschwitz camp.
*EstimatesSource: Hannah Vogt, The Burden of Guilt