January 30, 1933 started the calamity that would result in the mass murder of some six million Jews. It occurred in all countries that the Germans, also known as Nazis, occupied during World War 2, including Germany and Poland. Jews were sent to enclosed ghettos where they were given insufficient amounts of food and were in unsanitary conditions. By the time of 1945, the Germans and their collaborators killed nearly two out of every three European Jews as part of the “Final Solution”, for their plan was to wipe out the Jewish people. Jews were sent to death camps of which they were put into gas chambers and killed. Many died from malnutrition. It was the time of genocide, of mass destruction. To the leader Adolf Hitler, Jews were considered a threat to German racial purity and community. They were an inferior
Adolf Hitler came to power over Germany in January of 1933. He hated Jews and blamed them for everything bad that had ever happened to Germany. Hitler’s goal in life was to eliminate the Jewish population. With his rise to power in Germany, he would put into action his plan of elimination. This is not only why German Jews were the main target of the Holocaust, but why they were a large part of the years before, during, and after the Holocaust. Hitler’s “final solution” almost eliminated the Jewish population in Europe during World War II. At the end of the war and along with his suicide, the Jewish population would survive the horror known as the Holocaust and the Jews would eventually find their way back to their homeland of Israel
Many were hanged if they misbehaved or if they were sick or too weak to work they were sent to the extermination camps. The extermination camp is where mass numbers of murderes took place. The Jews where put into a small rooms called gas chambers. The Jews were put together into these gas chamber and where burned to death while other where shot and hanged. The Nazis didn't just kill men but they also killed innocent children , and, women without any remorse.
Hitler had shown unwillingness to tolerate the Jews and once he was appointed Chancellor, he started to take elimination measures like deportation, forced emigration, and isolation to enforce his belief. He took advantage of Germany’s weakness in World War One, then used it as an opportunity to blame the Jews for Germany’s defeat. Hitler’s political party was the largest political party in Germany thus allowing them to draw very large crowds to gatherings. He had very good oratory speeches with hand gestures that easily manipulated people to adhere to his views. Hitler constantly targeted the Jews because he knew people believed in these speeches. People in Germany were already anti-semitic but Hitler made it worse by constantly consuming them in his speeches. From the way he spoke about the Jews, we could clearly see the possibility of genocide. Hitler wanted Germany to be free of any humans that anyone other than his ideal master race so he personally selected bodyguards to be part of a group called the SS. Hitler was responsible for ordering the SS to carry out the extermination of anyone who did not fit this ideal. The SS handled oppositions using force and as a result of which people were forced to give into the idea of violence. Sometimes people purposely went along with this Holocaust ideal due to the fear of getting killed. These terrors allowed the holocaust occur
The holocaust was established by hitler to execute even more jews. About 6 million jews lost their lives during the holocaust. German authorities targeted groups that had a different racial inferiority. During world war II the germans went by the “final solution” a policy to murder all jews. The holocaust was a big shock for the jews. This dramatic experience still haunt the streets of germany.
During the Holocaust Jews were often forced from concentration camp to concentration camp where they would only get a ration of bread and soup each day and were often whipped or even killed for doing something wrong or not being strong enough to work. They were also required, during the year of 1942, to wear badges so they can easily be recognized by the Nazis and other non-Jews. The Nazis treated Jews like animals causing them to lose faith in god.
After the invasion of the Soviet Union, in June 1941 the Nazi government began to conceive of a plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe. Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler was the chief architect of the plan, which came to be called the Final Solution to the Jewish Question.
In the ghettos, Jewish children died from starvation and exposure as well as lack of adequate clothing and shelter. The German authorities were
Adolf Hitler, chancellor and dictator of Germany from 1934 to 1945, was founder and leader of the Nazi Party. Under the leadership of Hitler, Nazi Germany created concentration camps to segregate Jews and many other minorities from German society. Though, the Jewish population was not great in Germany, individuals who had converted to another religion or had ancestors who were Jewish were also categorized by the Nazis as a Jew. The “Final Solution,” the genocide of more than six million Jewish people, consisted of gassing, shootings, starvation and random acts of terror. This is the most familiar scheme from the
The first stage of the Final Solution was the process of moving Jewish people out of their homes and into ghettos. This procedure had many negative impacts on the lives of the Jewish men, women and children and caused them much distress and trauma as they were being forced out of their homes and into a new, unknown and unsafe place.
Jews endured physical suffering through the Holocaust. As a Lastly, the Jewish prisoners were sometimes tortured or experimented on as lab rats, displayed by the famous inhumane experiment to create conjoined twins carried out by Josef Mengele. Jewish people were put through great misery for the duration of the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was a tragic event filled with murder, abuse and dehumanization mirroring its true meaning sacrifice by fire. During the Holocaust Nazi (A German political party) killed Jews and anyone the Germans thought were not Aryan. The Nazis blamed the Jews for the reason Germany lost WWI so
Inmates resembled skeletons and were so weak they were unable to move. The smell of burning bodies was ever present and piles of corpses were scattered around the camp. However, you could be “saved” from the crematoria to be used as test subjects to cruel experimentation and used as lab rats for any experiment the scientists wanted to conduct. Later in the war, extermination camps were built. These were specialized for the mass murder of Jews using Zyklon B to ensure a painful, long, and torturous death. The bodies would then be thrown into the fire and all clothes, teeth, and shoes would be sent to pursue the German war front. At max efficiency, 20,000 people would be killed in the gas chambers a day. As the red Army approached near to liberate the Jews in concentration and extermination camps, SS officers sent prisoners on a death march across hundreds of miles, where they ran with no food or water, no matter the weather, until they reached the closest camp. SS officers proceeded to blow up the camps to hide the genocide from the
Most of Jewish arrested were imprisoned for various days without food and water. For this reason, the children starved and the women died in the prisons. Other Jewish people that were also killed using the poisonous chemicals that were stored in the foods and fume chambers. All the Jewish were killed in the Holocaust regardless of the gender in the Second World War. At the end of the Second World War, it was reported that almost one million children who were Jewish were killed mercilessly. Furthermore, two million women and three million Jewish men were killed
So my question was why did Hitler hate jews so much I mean they weren't bad but I guess he had a good reason or maybe a bad reason. Well lets see his reason first, It is difficult to pinpoint one single trigger for Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) antisemitism, but the