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Taylor Lynn & Katherine Doan Jewish Hiding Places during the Holocaust
Hiding Places • Most Jews hid in attics, cellars or barns. • Most families couldn’t all hide in one place.
Hiding children • Some children could live with another family. • Orphanages and churches would take in the children.
Bunkers • Hiding places within areas where only Jews could live. • Many were quickly discovered.
The Hiders • Most only hid Jews they knew before the war. • Some only hid them for money.
Communication • Most could only get food and news at night. • Some could not speak for several days and could only get news when it was urgent.
Pictures An opened entrance to a hiding place.
Pictures The outside of Anne Frank’s house.
Pictures The inside of the annex where the Franks lived.
Pictures This is what most hiding places looked like.
Pictures The door that led to the secret annex.