Holocaust : Holocaust And Holocaust

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History of holocaust Holocaust Term Paper Jewish people were tortured, abused, and subjected through horrific unfathomable situations by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. Despite all of the unpragmatic hardships Jews all over Europe faced, many stayed true to their faith and religion. There are numerous stories in which Jewish people tried to keep the roots of their religion well knowing the risk of torture and death. The never ending fear of Jewish people living in the Ghettos and trying to survive concentration camps was difficult, but not impossible for the Jews to keep religion. Religious Schools were set up in Poland Ghettos secretly. Students had to travel to classes through basements and apartments with books hidden under…show more content…
They pleaded for help from the Landsman Association in March 2, 1942. "I am writing this letter two days after arriving. I am in Zarki, Rodomsko district, 40 km from Czestochowa. I am here with my mother; we have no roof over our heads. We have no clothes or money. Please appeal to people from Plock to urgently help us in any way they can because we are dying of starvation and the cold. I plead for help!!!!! We were expelled on February 20th, and we were in the Dzialdowo camp for about six days. We arrived here on February 28th. We are in a miserable situation... Urgent help needed!!!!!" . Icek Szpilman and mother Ghettos were primarily created on the basis of low class Jewish neighborhoods. Ghettos such as the Warsaw Ghetto and the Łódź Ghetto caused thousands of deaths due to cramped and unsanitary living space. Large families lived in a tiny, crowded homes. The initial goal of the Nazi party for creating Ghettos were to dehumanize Jews and isolate them from the rest of the Germans. Ghettos created in Poland were developed for a specific reason according to the Nazi’s. Due to mass deportation that occurred from the Vilna Ghetto, Rabbi’s, the elderly, and sick people were murdered. In July 1941, the German military released a round of anti-Jewish decrees. Jews were forced to work on shabbat, yet

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