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The Beginning of the Jew's Genocide

  • The Backstory of Germany before the Rise of Adolf Hitler

    The Backstory of Germany before the Rise of Adolf Hitler
    Germany had to pay for reparations because of the Treaty of Versailles. In addition, money inflation began to start. Very Soon, Germany experienced the Great Depression right after World War
  • German Jews Lifestyle

    German Jews Lifestyle
    There were at least 9 million Jews living in Germany. An estimate of 1.7% of Germany's total population. Their lives were very difficult to sustain without the experience of starvation, being jobless, intense poverty, and more.
  • The Introduction of the Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler

    The Introduction of the Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler
    Adolf Hitler announced himself as German chancellor on January 30, 1933. The Nazi party enforced and guaranteed no citizens basic human rights. Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party had numerous restrictions for German Jews. The Nazi party and Hitler had no mercy towards anyone who did not support any of Hitler's ideas/comments.
  • Concentration Camps Around Germany

    Concentration Camps Around Germany
    In 1933, the very 1st Concentration Camp was built and established. These Concentration Camps were for political positions who opposed Hitler, anybody who is homosexual, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and literally anybody who was classified as "dangerous" in Hitler's eyes.
  • The Invasion of Poland

    The Invasion of Poland
    Adolf Hitler ordered the Nazi Party to invade the country of Poland. Hitler's allies supported this invasion and helped Germany take over many parts of Europe. Germans could identify whose Jew by what the Jews were wearing around their bodies, or on their daily clothes. For example, armbands. armbands. and established ghettos and forced-labor camps. armbands, and established ghettos and forced-labor camps.
  • Germany For All

    Germany For All
    Germany had turned against the Soviet Union, their ally. Many mobile killing units were influenced by Germany and continued to kill their own people (mass shooting in Soviet Lands). On the eastern front, gas vans were established.
  • The Years of 1942-1945

    The Years of 1942-1945
    World War 2 had wards along the Western Front and the Eastern Front. The "Final Solution" was done by Nazi Germany. Jews were located and killed inside Concentration Camps from 1942-1945. For 3 years, the Holocaust was death for Jews. Jews were killed by poison gases inside the Concentration Camps.
  • The Ending of the Holocaust

    The Ending of the Holocaust
    Nearly 6 million Jews were killed by Nazi Germany. Allied troops had seen piles of human ashes, dead corpes, and bones of German Jews. More soliders had found German Jew and non-Jew survivors suffering from diseases and starvation. Numerous of domestic and international courts had conducted many, and major trials of accused wrongdoers of war. Many of these survivors were moved to DP( Displaced Persons) camps.