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