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But note the menace of the Germans and fear and helplessness of the Jews. They tell a story of their own. Because of its remarkable productivity, the ghetto managed to survive until August , when the remaining population was transported to Auschwitz. It was the last ghetto in Poland to be liquidated.
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10 Photos To Remind You That Jews Don’t Fit Into A Stereotype (And Never Have)
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Facebook Twitter Adolf Hitler and the other Nazi leaders of Germany believed that Jews were racially inferior and dangerous. They used propaganda to convince the German people that they had to be dealt with. The Nazis made laws that deprived Jews of their rights and property. Then they forcibly separated them from the rest of German society and put them into ghettos. They were made to wear yellow triangles so that everyone would know they were Jews.
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The Holocaust: Photographs
Most of the world, and especially America, when it imagines what Jews look like, usually has an image like this sticking out in their mind: Yep, thanks to people like Larry David, Hollywood, and plenty of other reasons that have no connection to reality, the majority of the world likes to think Jews are all white and nerdy. And have been like that since day one.
Holocaust The Holocaust in a few pictures, An emaciated year-old Russian girl looks into the camera lens during the liberation of Dachau concentration camp in Dachau was the first German concentration camp, opened in More than , people were detained between and , and 31, deaths were declared, most from disease, malnutrition and suicide. Unlike Auschwitz, Dachau was not explicitly an extermination camp, but conditions were so horrific that hundreds died every week.
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