Annotated Bibliography On The Holocaust

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Annotated Bibliography "Introduction to the Holocaust." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. Summary: This article was an introduction to the Holocaust. The German Nazi’s thought that the Jews were a community. Not only the Jews were targeted, anyone with a racial inferiority was targeted. For example, although the Jews were the main threat the gypsies, Jehovah’s witnesses, and homosexuals and the disabled were also targeted. The Holocaust was a way to decrease the Jewish population; the final solution was to murder the Jews of Europe or anyone that was a threat to their German culture. Many died of incarceration and maltreatment. During the war they created ghettos, forced-labor camps between 1941 and 1944 the Nazi German Authorities would deport the Jews to extermination camps where they were murdered in gassing facilities. May 7, 1945 the German armed forces surrendered to the allies. After the Holocaust, many survivors found shelter in displaced shelter camps provided by the allied powers. Evaluation: This was a useful source; I liked how it told you about the holocaust and pointed out the major factors so you can get an idea about what happened and how things were handled. I feel that the source is reliable and it compared to other sites that I researched. I don’t feel that the source was biased I feel that it gave you enough facts. Reflection: This source is very helpful to me for my
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