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  • Public speaking and oratorical skills. It is said that Hitler would get so into his speeches that he would lose 5 pounds during a speech just from sweating. Hitler accepting the ovation at Reichstag after telling everyone about the “peaceful” acquisition of Austria in Berlin. March, 1938
  • A Romani woman. She is a “gypsy” as defined by Hitler. These people were also targets of the Holocaust. They originated from Central and Eastern Europe and their genocide by the Nazis was ignored until the 1980’s. 500,000 to 1,500,000 of them were killed.
  • With Hitler’s rise, gay organizations were banned and books on homosexuality were burned. Even homosexuals within the Nazi party itself were killed. It is estimated that 60% of the 5,000 to 15,000 homosexuals arrested were eventually killed within concentration and death camps. Factors that lead to this high death rate included unusually harsh treatment within the camps, both by Nazis, and sadly enough by other prisoners as well. To Jews, Elie, Book
  • Selection of Jews from Hungary at the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp in 1944. If you were sent to the left it meant you were going into slave labor. If you were sent to the right it meant your were going to the gas chamber.
  • Elie Wiesel and fellow prisoners at Buchenwald Concentration Camp on April 16, 1945. Elie is on the second row, the seventh from the left.
  • German policemen torture a Jew in Rzeszow, Poland.
  • Auschwitz memorial in Berlin.
  • Pecha kucha

    1. 1. Pecha Kucha- The HolocaustPecha Kucha- The Holocaust and Elie Wieseland Elie Wiesel Matt StoneMatt Stone
    2. 2. PoorPoor EconomyEconomy 1923 $1 US Dollar = $4,000,000,000,000 German marks =
    3. 3. 8.5 million members by the end 1933 = German Government
    4. 4. Stick with your day job.
    5. 5. 1938- “We got Austria...peacefully!”
    6. 6. 500,000 to 1,500,000 killed
    7. 7. Up to 15,000 killed
    8. 8. Jewish VictimsJewish Victims
    9. 9. Elie WieselElie Wiesel
    10. 10. BuchenwaldBuchenwald 56,545 deaths by- shooting, hanging, experimentation, work
    11. 11. AuschwitzAuschwitz
    12. 12. Conditions in CampsConditions in Camps
    13. 13. TreatmentTreatment
    14. 14. Death MarchDeath March
    15. 15. Schlomo WieselSchlomo Wiesel
    16. 16. SpeakingSpeaking
    17. 17. MemorialMemorial
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