The Holocaust: The Legacy Of The Holocaust

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The Holocaust

The Legacy of the Holocaust. Digital image. Socialist Review. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Nov. 2016.
The Holocaust was the murder of many jews around europe and gypsies, and homosexuals. It began in the 1930s and it end in 1945. The person who ran the whole thing was a man named Adolf Hitler. He was a very evil man that despised the jews. He was trying to make what he thought was the perfect race of people.
Hitler 's Bio
Adolf was a German dictator that led the nazi party. He was born in Austria in 1889 and died in 1945 ( He didn’t do well in school but he did really like art. He was very depressed when he didn’t get into the Academy of Fine Arts ( But he served in the German army in World War 1 and he got medals for his bravery ( He was very respected in Germany for his service.

Hiter’s Rising
Hitler rose to power very quickly in the 1930s because
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There was working camps and death camps. It was terrible because every prisoner was starving or dying from disease ( Some of the diseases were scurvy, typhoid fever,dysentery, and Tuberculosis ( Prisoners got sick very easily because they were not eating proper food and didn’t have good shelter to keep them out of the cold. Prisoners in the concentrations camps stayed and slept in the brick or wooden barracks ( The barracks were in bad shape and didn’t give them good shelter.

Concluding Paragraph
The holocaust is one of the most memorable things that happened in history. It is one of the largest killings or genocides in history. About 6 million jews and many more people died. The holocaust was a terrible and tragic thing that
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