The Holocaust: Causes And Consequences Of The Holocaust

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The Holocaust was an era of catastrophe and hatred that lead to the deaths of many, many innocent lives (Meltzer Rescue 1). The Holocaust was considered a wrongdoing against all of humanity (Meltzer Rescue 3). The Holocaust was a time full of hatred and wrongdoing for many years (Meltzer Rescue 3). The Holocaust was an attempt to exterminate (Meltzer 15).The Holocaust was in many different places at once (Meltzer Rescue Map). The Holocaust took place in England (Meltzer Rescue Map). The Holocaust also took place in places such as Germany, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Ukraine, and Bulgaria (Meltzer Rescue Map).Before the Holocaust, Jews were just ordinary people who lived their ordinary lives just like every other person in the world (Meltzer Rescue 3). Adolf Hitler was the chancellor of Nazi Germany (Bacharach 9). Adolf sought world domination (Bacharach 9). In Hitler’s mind the only way to reach complete world domination was to completely blow the other races out of the water (Bacharach 9). Hitler’s main target was the Jews (Meltzer 16). The Holocaust is a time in history when millions of people were persecuted in Europe by being sent to live in ghettos and eventually being deported to concentration camps where they were systematically annihilated until the Allied forces liberated the remaining survivors.
Hitler considered the Jewish people an inferior race compared to his superior race (Meltzer 15-16). Jews started to be forced to move to ghettos as a second way of

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