Five more massacre places were in separated in Poland, including Chelmno, Sobibor, Treblinka, Majdanek and most them in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Started from 1942 to 1945, Jews were expelled from their own country to the camps from all over Europe, including German-occupied area as well as those Germans-allied country. During the summer and fall of 1942, when more than 300,000 people were expelled from the Warsaw ghetto alone. The Nazis were trying to keep the camps operation as a secret, but the number of the executing made this impossible. Eyewitnesses reported the Nazi brutality in Poland to the Allied governments, who were criticized after the war for their fail to respond, or to announce the mass murder news.
The theme of dehumanization is scattered throughout the traumatic and horrific events that the Jews endured while prisoners in Auschwitz. The novel, Night, was written by Elie Wiesel in the mid 1950’s. Night describes the concentration camps where the tyrant Nazis oppressed the Jewish citizens. Night was written in first person and recounted the horrid details and conditions as a prisoner in the concentrations camps. Wiesel began writing after a 10-year self-imposed vow of silence about the tragic Holocaust.
This happened when the Germans first came, this was just the beginning of taking everything from them. “ everything had to be handed over to the authorities, under penalty of death. ”(Wiesel 11) when the Germans came they ordered all the Jews to hand over all their gold and other valuable things. They couldn 't go to the synagogue, cafes, restaurants they couldn 't even leave after 6. They were moved into the ghettos, where they were starved.
Break of Dawn Ellie Wiesel once said “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” In the book Night Ellie Wiesel explained his experience of World War II. From being at home with nothing to worry about, to being in Auschwitz. In Ellie’s novel Night a tragic theme is dehumanization. Throughout the novel examples of dehumanization occur when the Hungarian police transported them in cattle cars, when the German soldiers stripped them of their valuables, and they worked them worse than animals, more like machines.
The case of Leo M Frank (Frank) was one that was highly publicized and caught the attention of many government officials. Frank was a twenty-nine year old Jewish man, who was also the superintendent at National Pencil Company in Atlanta, Georgia. Frank was a man that was murdered two years later after being wrongfully accused and convicted of raping and murdering a young girl by the name of Mary Phagan (Mary). Mary also worked that the pencil factory. It is said that Frank was the last person to see Mary alive.
The Ewell’s had little to no money at all, and struggled with class. The family lived behind a dump. In the trial with Tom Robinson, Mayella was scared to tell the truth because of the looks her dad was giving her when it was her turn to speak. Mayella was almost forced to say Tom Robinson raped her or her dad would have beaten her.
concentration camps. Apart from my parents, every family member on both sides was exterminated by the Nazis.” (Finkelstein, “The Business of Death”). This quote is from Norman Finkelstein, an American political scientist. While Finkelstein wasn’t born during the Holocaust, his parents were people who lived through the mass murders of Nazi extermination and resided in the well-known Warsaw Ghetto.
The Holocaust was a murder of 6 million Jewish people. That was over 40% of the world's Jewish population. Over 5 million of the 6 million Jews were killed in gas tanks at the camps. (Holocaust) The Holocaust prisoners were starved and if they didn’t die of starvation, they were taken to the camps.
The Holocaust was an execution of 8 million Europeans, and “ 6 million of the Europeans killed were Jewish women, children, and men that were brutally murdered” (Strahinich 7). It “was a catastrophe in our modern history” (Strahinich 7) now staining our history pages with hundreds of innocent people’s blood, forever lost in the grounds of the Holocaust. It took “place in Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Latvia, and Czechoslovakia” (Altman 9) is some of the places where hundreds died. Thanks to “Adolf Hitler” (Strahinich 8) and “the Nazis government” (Strahinich 10), they “plunged most of Europe” (Allen 7) into turmoil, taking lives that did not need to go.
Most European Jews lived in countries that Nazi Germany would occupy or influence during World War II. By 1945, the Germans and their collaborators killed nearly two out of every three European Jews as part of the "Final Solution," the Nazi policy to murder the Jews of Europe. The city of Warsaw, capital of Poland, flanks both banks of the Vistula River. A city of 1.3 million inhabitants, Warsaw was the capital of the resurrected Polish state in 1919.
In Document 3, it states, “Native Jews were precluded from citizenship… [And]... Jews were denied the right to vote.” This shows how the rise of Nazis affected the Jews and how they were discriminated against. Second ways were through economically, everyone had a job since Hitler took over but was not able to leave their job or be fired so they had to work even though they were sick. Also, all the people were told not to shop in Jewish store, this affected their economic business of not able to make a profit from their businesses.
Around 800,000 to one million individuals were killed at Treblinka Death Camp from July 23, 1942 to October 19, 1943 in Eastern Poland; 90 precent of all detainees was killed inside of two hours of entry. The bodies were then taken by Sonderkommandos to the open cremation pit on a peak. The pit had iron rails bound in layers inside of it like grillwork, on which the bodies were burned. Jews were intermittently forced to enter the pit and filter through the fiery remains for any bones that should have been be ground. On August 2, 1943, the prisoners fought back.
Genocide is the event of the mass murder a group of people: political, religious, racial or ethnic group. The Event of Genocide has occurred several times in the history of the world and is occurring today as we speak such as in Sudan in and the rwandan genocide both taking place in africa. In sudan there is a Genocide currently taking place between rebel groups and government-backed militias led to as many as two hundred thousand deaths, and the dislocation of over 2 million refugees. The book Night is a novel by Elie Wiesel about his experience with his father in the Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944–1945, at the peak of the Holocaust toward the end of the Second World War. The Holocaust is one of the devastating
Hunger, deprivation, and loss of freedom from the outside world were all common feelings in the Secret Annex. For months mental and physical illness could be felt deeply. There was no time for leisure or having a childhood with fear of the fear of the Nazis coming to take either the Frank or Van Daan family. Nor talking, walking, or even using the toilet were permitted. Every day in the Annex was a bore for Anne since she was no longer able to express herself.