Time of the Holocaust

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German dictator, Adolf Hitler wanted a new order for Germany and his so-called Aryan race. As a part of achieving his ultimate goal, he would have to eliminate any and all other inferior races. This evil plan later became known as the Holocaust. Hitler, with the aid of the Nazis and concentration camps, brought terror and devastation to the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe.
One can trace the beginnings of the Holocaust as far back as 1933, when the Nazi party of Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, came to power. Hitler's anti-Jew campaign began soon afterward, with the "Nuremberg Laws", which defined
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Some of these camps also had facilities for scientific research, where men like Josef Mengle, also known as "The Angel of Death", performed barbaric medical experiments on twins, dwarfs, and other genetically different people in advancing and breeding the so-called "Aryan" race of perfect Germans for Hitler.
Some of the most notorious death camps were located in Poland. Some of these include Auschwitz (1 million Jews killed), Treblinka (700,000-800,000 Jews gassed), Belzec (600,000 Jews gassed), and Sobibor (250,000 Jews gassed). These camps were the major centers for the slaughter of Jews and other groups (The Holocaust: An Historical Summary. Article on the Internet).
In 1945, the great World War in Europe came to an end, with the Axis powers surrendering before the Allied invasion of Europe. When the concentration camps were liberated and the body counts tallied, the

HOLOCAUST 5 resulting numbers astounded people all over the world. Millions of people died, and dozens of top Nazis faced punishment for unspeakable war crimes. When the allied powers liberated the concentration camps in Germany, Poland, and other areas of Europe, what
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