It was very cramped and there was little to no room to lay down in the bunker. Human waste littered all over the ground causing a disease to spread throughout the camp, killing hundreds of residents. The most common virus was Euthanasia. This sickness caused diarrhea and dehydration which was far from ideal in the cramped areas. (Bachrach 40) They often froze or starved to death.
Diseases were being spread like crazy and the streets filled with garbage and human waste. Children were taking care of even younger children, the winters were devastating with no heat and little clothing. Not only were people dying from illness and starvation but there were many who killed himself while not knowing what was to come next. Although the jews had little hope the children still managed to play using old cigarette boxes as playing cards, some even brought a toy along with them if not they would make there own. The importance of education did not completely fade, as they had classes ran by adults in the ghettos, they would hide books so they would not get caught, because the nazis believed jews did not need an education so they didn't get
The Nazis would choose whether they were capable of doing difficult outdoor work or if they should be sent to the gas chambers. 865,000 people did upon arrival, mainly due to gassing (Killing Centers). Thousands of people died from exhaustion from working since they were already weak from having no food (Byers 112). In 1941 Hitler came up with the final solution. He set up killing centers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
One specific experience the victims of the Holocaust went through were the Concentration camps that the Germans forcefully took them too. Their daily lives in the camps were remarkably cruel and harsh. (Courtney) A couple reasons that the concentration camps were so bad was because the terrible nutrition in the camps and the exhausting jobs. According to Auschwitz.org staff in their article “Life in the camps”, they indicate that for breakfast the prisoners were given one liter of unsweetened coffee, for lunch they were given a liter of soup and some bread; For supper the prisoners were given black bread and sausage. The nutrition in each camp depends on the camp prisoners get sent too.
The primal hunger was so strong that Eurylochus continues to say: “All deaths are detestable for wretched mortals, but hunger is the sorriest way to die and encounter fate” (XII, 341-343). This statement confirms the previous notion of his willingness for suicide. Eurylochus is admitting that he would rather accept a painful death for consuming Helios’s
Anybody poor found demolishing the rules were fed only water and bread for the next two days. The workhouse was made up of two brackets, disorderly and refractory conduct. “After 1834, the breaking of workhouse rules fell into two categories: Disorderly conduct, which could be punished by a withdrawal for food “luxuries” such as cheese or tea, or the more serious Refractory conduct, which could result in a period of solitary confinement (Rules and Punishments pg. 3). Misbehavior was not tolerated in workhouses under any circumstances whatsoever.
Sobibor was a concentration camp that killed millions of people. The concentration camps would make people work, only eat a little food because they never had enough food for everyone to eat.So when they worked they would lose a lot of energy and eventually die. They would die of starvation or they would die of the gas chamber.There were a lot of people who were being killed and they were shot to death. The sobs or camp killed a lot of people and they shot the Jews for no reason and there were being shot. The nazi would let the People live if they paid the nazi to alive.
In winter, it could get far below freezing at night. The Jews were also given a striped uniform which they had to wear indefinitely without washing it. They were fed small portions of watery soup and small pieces of bread. Within a week or so, the concentration camp inmates were nothing more than skin, bones, and a number tattooed into their forearm. Also, there was always the imminent fear of death.
One of the ways that the theme is demonstrated in Night is when Elie Wiesel is in a camp and he is going to sleep and then the next day he gets a bowl of thick soup. This relates to the theme because although they are in a camp they still sometimes get the essentials
About 625 million sub-Sahara Africans are living without electricity due to this they cook most of their meals by burning whatever is available for them to cook. The world experiencing poverty and it's unfortunate how it affecting children every day (Parke, 2016). What is important to note is that these deaths are caused by lack of proper nutrition, immunization, sanitation and water infrastructure(Eric Jensen,2018). Among common reasons, the main causes of poverty affecting Africans are the governments’ poor management and corruption. The leaders are enjoying the benefits whiles their citizens
All they had was rotten potatoes, beans, and bread to eat every day. So there were no favorable or enjoyable food for them to eat, in fact, it was just so disgusting for them to eat that sometimes they would throw it up. And just to make it worse, Mr Van Daan was caught stealing bread just for himself. Pretty selfish of him, considering that they had little food to make due with in the first place Before that crisis, the families had to divide the food or rations up evenly by 8 people. Think about that, they have barely any food, but still had to divide the food up by 8 people?
He talked about how sometimes he would steal the potatoes to eat, because often after dinner there was not a lot left for the slaves to eat. Even his mother would steal chicken and cook it for them late at night. He also talks about other jobs he had as a slave and tells us the hardest was carrying corn to the mill. In the next chapter of the book he talks about how they would need to change their names if the where to be set free. He also talks about how after he was freed and his childhood in West Virginia and how education changed his life.
The guards would barely give them any food or water. When the Americans or whoever was helping them arrived there would still be some prisoners left. These people were starved and in horrible health. The conditions shouldn’t have been livable for them. Concentration camps were not something a person should have to live through.
Most people died from going to the gas chamber. In fact, there were about 20,000 people gassed everyday. Another common cause death was from an epidemic of typhoid, that was caused by malnutrition. Death also came from starvation, and exhaustion. It also was known that guards would beat inmates at anytime.
They then have to rely on carb- loaded snacks that they can get for free at the local food pantry. While her husband Jim works long hours, often late into the night spreading pesticides on commercial crop farms, there is never enough money to go around. This has caused them to turn to other means of support. Namely the