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Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring greet the participants in the parade as they pass beneath the window of Hitlers new office.I chose this picture to represent what I learned about the Holocaust because Hitler wasthe person who organized the Holocaust and the termination of Jews. This photo showsHitler after he was appointed Chancellor of Germany in 1933. To me, this marks thebeginning of the very tragic event known as the Holocaust.
At Buchenwald concentration camp, newly arriving prisoners are registered upon arrival.I chose this photograph to represent what I learned about the Holocaustbecause this photo shows a new prisoner arriving at a concentration campand being registered. Jews did not know what to expect when going tothese camps, which makes the whole event that more tragic.
I chose this picture to represent what I learned about the Holocaust because this is a representation of how cruel Nazis really were. They destroyed people’s possessions because of the content of the books and did not feel bad about it.The burning of books that were notGerman or consisted of “unGerman” ideasin Berlin and cities throughout Germany.
I chose this picture to represent what I learned about the Holocaust becausethis shows that everyone, even policemen, tormented Jews because of whothey were and thought it was humorous. German policemen tormenting a Jew.
A woman is sitting on a bench marked only for Jews.Anti-Semitism is the prejudice against or hatred towards Jews. I chose thispicture to represent what I learned about the Holocaust in order to showAnti-Semitism. “History has shown that wherever anti-Semitism has gone unchecked, the persecution of others has been present or not far behind. Defeating anti-Semitism must be a cause of great importance not only for Jews, but for all people who value humanity and justice….” —U.S. Department of State, 2008
Prisoners during roll call at camp Buchenwald.I chose this photo to represent what Ilearned about the Holocaust because thefaces on the prisoners show how miserablethey were; no one had a happy expression ontheir face.