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  • 1. Hitler’s Final Solution
  • 2. What’s In Store
    • Enactment of the Final Solution
    • 3. Responses to Genocide
    • 4. Allies, U.S., international organization, individuals
  • 5. What Was It?
    • Hitler’s “answer” to the Jewish Question
    • 6. An end to the Jews
  • 7. Hitler Moves The Jews
    • Hitler forces Jewish Emigration
    • 8. Nazis take away privileges
    • 9. Surrounding countries won’t accept Jews
    • 10. Jews sent back to Germany
  • 11. So It Begins
    • Shipping the Jews, no longer an option
    • 12. “ Forced” to capture the Jews
  • 13. Concentration Camp
  • 16. Unthinkable Ways
  • 21. Dispose
  • 26. What The Allies Knew
    • Reports come in and are denied
    • 27. Photos smuggled and kept secret
    • 28. 1 million Jews for 10,000 Trucks
    • 29. Escaped prisoners ignored
  • 30. Allies Respond
    • Roosevelt under pressure
    • 31. Germans condemned for genocide
    • 32. September 1944, British bomb railways
  • 33. Night
    • Author: Elie Wiesel
    • 34. Captured by Germans
    • 35. Only survivor of his family
  • 36. Night
    • “So much had happened within such a few hours that I had lost all sense of time. When had we left our houses? And the Ghetto? And the train? Was it only a week? One night? One single night?”
  • 37. Liberation
    • Germans demolish camps
    • 38. Soviets Liberate Auschwitz, January 1945
    • 39. Germans order death march
    • 40. Soviets find only several thousand survivors.
  • 41. Liberation Continued
    • Soviets liberated Stutthof, Sachsenhausen, Ravensbrueck
    • 42. U.S. Liberated Buchenwald. More than 20,000
    • 43. U.S. Liberated Dora-Mittelbau, Flossenburg, Dachau, Mauthausen
    • 44. British liberated Neuengamme and Bergen-Belsen
    • 45. British find 60,000 prisoners.
  • 46. After Liberation
    • Approximately 6 million Jews dead
    • 47. Nazi horrors exposed to the world
    • 48. Inmate survivors resemble skeletons
    • 49. A long road to health
    • 50. Many camps burned
  • 51. Works Cited
    • &quot;Liberation of Nazi Camps.&quot; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM, 6 Jan. 2011. Web. 29 Sept. 2011. < http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005131 >.
    • 52. Grobman, Gary M. &quot;World Response to the Holocaust.&quot; Jewish Virtual Library - Homepage. The American -Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 1990. Web. 29 Sept. 2011. < http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/worldres.html >.
    • 53. Webb, Chris, and Victor Smart. &quot;Allied Reaction Regarding the Holocaust During 1942 Http://www.HolocaustResearchProject.org.&quot; Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team. Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team, 2010. Web. 29 Sept. 2011. <http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/nazioccupation/allies.html>.
    • 54. Wiesel, Elie. Night. New York: Bantam, 1982. Print.