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Ghettos and Trains. By: David Metz, Dane Gay, and Hayden Cota-Robles. Ghettos. Name from a Jewish quarter in Venice City district where Germans concentrated Jews to Forced to live in harsh conditions. Ghettos: continued.

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ghettos and trains

Ghettos and Trains


David Metz, Dane Gay, and

Hayden Cota-Robles

  • Name from a Jewish quarter in Venice
  • City district where Germans concentrated Jews to
  • Forced to live in harsh conditions
ghettos continued
Ghettos: continued
  • When the concentration camps were full they would send people to the Ghettos
  • The ghettos were made to separate the Jew’s from the rest of the people
  • During war over a million Jews were sent to concentration camp.
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Ghettos: continued
  • Tens of thousands of western European Jews were also deported into ghettos
  • In 1944 the Nazis completed the last major destruction of the Ghettos
  • The Warsaw ghetto was largest ghetto
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Ghettos: Warsaw
  • Though the trains led to death there was still hope for the Jews to live
  • In response to the genocide, Jews formed two groups, ZOB and ZZW
  • Two groups were formed by the Revisionist Group
  • 1943 the Nazi forces in Warsaw tried to resume deportations, the Germans were met with the resistance
  • The groups saved about 5,000 people from the concentration camps
  • began the build foxholes and bunkers in order to fight the Germans more effectively
  • 1943 the Nazi forces were back to deport the last of the Jews out of the ghetto to liquidate it
  • The Jews in the Ghetto started little fights everywhere and held off the deportation for over a month
  • Most efficient way for the Nazis to move people in order to complete the final solution
  • The trains transported the Jews from the ghettos to Auschwitz
  • They fit 80 Jews to each compartment
  • Nazis made the Jews stand with their arms over their heads so they could fit as many people as possible in the compartments
  • The trains were going to transport about 11 million people for the final solution