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  • 1. Those Who Will Never Forget at the Gates of Hell
    By: Joao, Ryan and Alex
  • 2. During the Holocaust, millions of Jews were sent to Death Camps, including non-Jews who did not match the Aryan race
  • 3. The Aryan Race originally means anyone that is a direct descendant of the original Indo-Europen Language
  • 4. To be of Aryan descent, one usually has:Blue EyesBlond HairWhite Skin
  • 5. But after Nazi’s began using the word Aryan, it has come to mean the “Perfect Race”
  • 6. Germans went to extremes to keep the German people perfect. They would kill the mentally ill, and often sterilize the mentally handicapped
  • 7. During the Holocaust, several groups were persecuted, including:
    Jews
    Disabled
    Gypsies
    Homosexuals
    Slavs
    Poles
    Jehovah’s Witness
    Freemasons
    Soviet POWs
  • 8. Before they were sent to concentration camps, and while they were there, these groups had to wear badges according to their group.
  • 9. This was done so they could easily be spotted from each other and other Germans
  • 10. This paper helped SS officers identify certain types of prisoners
  • 11. This pie chart shows the number of people that died during the Holocaust
    Those Forever Lost
  • 12. During the war, there were various death camps and concentration camps. Research indicates that there were over 15,000 thousand
  • 13. This is a map off all the major camps during WWII
  • 14. Overall, Death Camps were a place of suffering, were the lives of the prisoners were fraught with peril everyday