Criminals within the Prison

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The Ghetto now and the Ghetto back then are different definitions now. The rap song The Ghetto by Too Short “Even though the streets are bumpy, lights burned out, Dope fiends die with a pipe in their mouths, Old school buddies not doing it right, Eday its the same, and its the same every night, I would not shoot you bro but Id shoot that fool, If he played me close and tried to test my cool, Every day I wonder just how Ill die, Only thing I know is how to survive” It relates to shootings and selling drugs and not knowing what happens next or weather you will die tonight or tomorrow. Both ghetto meaning are similar in a way, but the both have different meanings. Throughout the Holocaust there were different stops and camps in Poland, but the Lodz Ghetto was the worst ghetto in history.
Where the Lodz Ghetto was located impacted the role it played during the Holocaust. The Lodz Ghetto was the second largest Ghetto the the Natiz built in Poland and it was horrible and cold. The Lodz Ghetto had been a key industrial center in prewar Poland. It then became a major productive center under the German control. “It was hell for all people there” says an anonymous victim. The SS officers isolated the ghetto with barbed wire fencing. it was divided into three parts by the intersection of two major roads.(2) If the Jews were not in by dark, they were shot.(8) They suffered horrendous living conditions and were forced to support the Nazis war-effort through manual labor until they were taken to concentration camps.
No one thought anything of Adolf Hitler being a serial killer when he was younger, he had a normal childhood just like every other kid, Loving parents a fine structured life, but yet he turned into the most known serial killer in...

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