One of the biggest problems they faced was the three million Jews they acquired through the invasion of Poland. The new lands the Nazi's invaded and took over were originally planned to be the destination for Jews through forced emigration however that was now not possible as the Germans citizens would expect the land to be used as "lebensraum". The start of the wa... ... middle of paper ... ...ed up and gas was pumped into the chambers. Within minutes the Jews were killed and could be disposed off. Camps were built in Belzec, which killed 500,000 victims, at sobibor where 200,000 Jews died and also at Auschwithz, the most popular of all the camps in which more than a million Jews were killed!
The word “Holocaust”, was originated from the words “Holos” meaning whole, and “kaustos” meaning burned. To Adolf Hitler, Jews were an “inferior” race. After years of Nazi rule, Hitler’s “final solution” came under the cover of world war, with mass killing centers constructed in the concentration camps. Jews, Jehovah's Witnesses, Roma Gypsies, Priests and Pastors, homosexuals, and black children were all victims of the holocaust. Most of the victims left were from other countries.
The Holocaust was the execution of the Jews and other people whom Hitler considered mediocre. About 12 million people were killed and about half of them were Jews. When Hitler became powerful and took control over Germany, everything changed. He was against Jews and wanted to wipe them out at once and his prejudice against Jews was very strong. Hitler enforced his soldier, The Nazis, to killing not only Jews but many other as well.
Nearly 5,933,900 Jews were annihilated during the whole process which was termed by historians as “THE HOLOCAUST”. In this process, Polish and Soviet civilians, Slavs, Romani, Soviet prisoners of war and other political, religious opponents of the Nazi were also exterminated. This sums up the total deaths to somewhere between 11 million-17 million people. Hitler came to power in 1933 with the help of his Nazi party. Hitler's anti-Jew campaign began soon afterward, with the "Nuremberg Laws" introduced in 1935, which defined the meaning of being Jewish based on ancestry.
Its history proves that the camp demolished thousands of people and left the few survivors with terrifying memories. As a death camp that killed 99% of its residents within the first couple hours, Treblinka should be and known as a powerful, malignant place where countless people were killed. It should be remembered and be as prevalent in today’s society just as Auschwitz is, showing the effect it had on Jewish prisoners, as well as other minorities throughout the 1940’s. If society really studied other camps during the Holocaust and what went on in those camps, it wouldn’t have the perception that Auschwitz was the worst institution just because it was the most populated.
Jews in Germany between 1922 and 1945 For hundreds of years the Christian religion in Europe has blamed the Jews for the death of Christ. They called them ‘Christ-killers’. This is known as anti-Semitism in today’s world it means hostility towards or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic or racial group. Even in England in the thirteenth century Jews were treated like individuals they were made to wear yellow stars as a symbol that they are a Jew. Holocaust is the term describing the Nazi annihilation of about 6 million Jews (two thirds of the pre-World War II European Jewish population), including 4,500,000 from Russia, Poland, and the Baltic; 750,000 from Hungary and Romania; 290,000 from Germany and Austria; 105,000 from The Netherlands; 90,000 from France; 54,000 from Greece.
Conclusion During the time Adolf Hitler was dictator, he had managed to wipe out 6 million of the 9 million Jews living in Germany and surrounding areas and had managed to kill nearly 40 million people, which included 27 million in the Soviet Union. His political program sent the world into war which left Eastern and Central Europe devastated and impoverished. The defeat of Hitler, marked the end of Germany controlling Europe and ended fascism. After the end of WWII, a new conflict, the Cold War, affected the world.
The Holocaust was a terrible time for people who were a different race, or if you were Jewish. It started in Germany in 1933 by a man named Adolf Hitler when he came into rule, but ended in 1945 when the Nazis were defeated by allied powers of the Britain and America. The term holocaust can be translated into Hebrew and it means devastation or ruin. The Holocaust was a mass murder of about six million Jews during World War II, a systematic state sponsored murder for Adolf Hitler and the rest of the Nazis and they invaded German-occupied territories. Out of all nine million of the Jews who chose to live in Europe, about two-thirds were killed in the Holocaust.
The Holocaust The Holocaust was the mass murder of European Jews by the nazis during the second world war. It took place from the 30th of January 1933 to the end of the war in Europe on May 8th 1945. The nazi dictator Adolph Hitler planned to wipe out the entire Jewish population as a part of his plan to conquer the world. Holocaust refers to any widespread human disaster but it's special meaning is the annihilations of six million Jewish men, women and children by the nazi regime. The Jews were singled out for extermination because the nazis had a hatred for them as they considered jews as a race whose goal was world domination and was an obstruction to the Aryan dominance.
The holocaust activated by Adolf Hitler, who be permeated with the vindictiveness of the Jews. After he created Anti-Semitism in Germany and killed most of the Jews in Germany. Afterwards he continued to spread Anti-Semitism all over Europe. He desired of power to rule the world, and had killed more than 20 million people during World War II. He had made the wrong decision ever, as he adjudged that all the Jews were trumpery, barren, and witless, hence he decided to extirpate the Jews all over the world.