Holocaust<br />The meaning of Holocaust is Sacrifice by fire<br />The Nazi’s murdered approximately six million Jews after WWII<br />
Holocaust<br />The killings began in June 1941 shooting of Jews during the German invasion of Soviet Union.<br />
Holocaust<br />In the end of 1941 the Germans deported the Jews into concentration camps in Poland<br />In may of 1945 approximately 2/3 of Jews in Europe were murdered. <br />
How it began<br />The Holocaust began when Hitler came into power in Germany<br />The killings started in April of 1933<br />It stopped in 1945 when the Nazi’s were defeated by the Allied powers<br />
How:<br />Number of deaths:<br />11 million people killed during the Holocaust<br />6 million Jews were killed<br />1.1 million children were murdered<br />
Where:<br />The Holocaust took place in mostly Europe <br />The Jew Citizens were in the Western Europe countries <br />
Where:<br />Extermination Camps murdered the people in the camps by murdering them with poison gas.<br />
Why:<br />The Germans constructed camps which was the purpose of the genocide<br />The Kristallnacht night was when the zazis destroyed mainly Jewish buildings<br />
Who:<br />Hitler was the leader who was in charge of giving orders to the Nazis to kill the Jews<br />
Why:<br />Many regions German soldiers rounded up the Jews then they shot them<br />Nazi’s also killed hundreds of thousands of Gypsies, poles, mentally disabled people, and the political and religious prisoners <br />
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