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The Holocaust. Description History Victims Concentration Camps Liberation and Beyond. Description. What is The Holocaust?. Holocaust was originally a Jewish term that meant "a burnt sacrifice offered to God"

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the holocaust

The Holocaust

Description

History

Victims

Concentration Camps

Liberation and Beyond

what is the holocaust
What is The Holocaust?
  • Holocaust was originally a Jewish term that meant "a burnt sacrifice offered to God"
  • Now refers to the systematic annihilation (complete removal) of European Jews and other minority groups by Nazi Germany
timeline
Timeline
  • The Holocaust is considered to have taken place between 1933-1945
  • World War II officially took place between 1939-1945
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1933 Hitler comes to power, along with his Nazi Party (National Socialist German Workers
  • 1933 “Nuremberg Laws” make Jewish people second class citizens and Jewish businesses are boycotted
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1933-1935 plans to reduce genetic inferiors by sterilization
  • 1933-1939 minorities are sent to concentration camps
  • 1937-1939 Jews are not allowed to attend public schools or theatres, and could not live or even walk within certain sections of town
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1938 During Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass), Jews are arrested, and their homes and synagogues are destroyed
  • 1939 Germany invades Poland, start of WWII, Germans view Polish as subhuman
  • 1942-1944 Polish Jews sent to extermination camps
  • May 1945 Defeat of Nazi Germany
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“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”

~Elie Wiesel

other minorities targeted
Other minorities targeted
  • Physically handicapped
  • Mentally handicapped
  • Gypsies
  • Homosexuals
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses
children
Children
  • Did not escape the terror
  • 1 ½ million Jewish and minority children were murdered
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Women and children were usually seen as useless
  • Only those who could work or perform jobs were kept alive
  • Those who were allowed to live were disinfected and their heads were shaved
  • Many were killed in the “poison gas” showers
men in concentration camp wiesel is in this picture
Men in Concentration Camp

Wiesel is in this picture

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Most people had few family members left
  • Many people left Germany and Poland for other countries
  • Some went to “Displaced Persons” camps
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1986 won Nobel Peace Prize
  • Currently a professor at Boston University
  • Survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald
  • Published Night, a memoir of his time in the concentration camps, in 1960.