Life Inside the Gates Between the years nineteen thirty-three to nineteen forty-five during World War II, during the Holocaust, a man named Adolf Hitler had taken power in Germany. He had begun the extermination of any Jewish person, or anyone who was against Hitler's actions. To exterminate Jewish people there were many concentration camps that were built and used. These camps are made up of solid concrete walls, large gates, and one purpose, to keep whoever or whatever goes in and make sure they never come out. While many people felt well informed about Nazi concentration camps, most do not truly understand the inner workings of the camps.
Melissa Weaver Holocaust – Corrie ten Boom The Holocaust was a very horrific time period for this world. Many people looked at only the negative, but not Corrie ten Boom. Boom (with the help of her family) hid Jewish people in her home. Then the Nazis found out about the hiding place and she was sent to a concentration camp. While she was there, she used that time to teach others about Jesus’ love and the Gospel.
After 8 years the Germans came to Amsterdam, which is when the Frank family went into hiding. Anne Frank and her family went into hiding on June 6, 1942, six days before her birthday. She lived with 8 people in the attic when she was hiding with a fear of getting caught and sent away by Nazi soldiers. She wrote in her diary about hiding from the Germans and how scary it was during the Holocaust. Her diary was one of the first
By living with other women in the camps, Sara saw a lot of families on the verge of splitting, “she wanted to die with her mother. They tore her from her mother by force” (Nomberg-Przytyk 34). Death was an everyday occurrence within the camps, after a while people got used to seeing dead bodies, felt that they were next. With the number of deaths racking each day, others were pregnant and delivered their babies within the camps of the holocaust. Since Sara worked within the hospital of the camp she witnessed the birth of a baby who should have been born dead.
Concentration Camps were made when Hitler came to power. Only after three weeks after he became chancellor he created the SS, his elite force, they were in charge of find. He captured Jews, Homosexuals, Gypsies, Communists, Soviet Prisoners, The Disabled, social Democrats, and Other Political Opponents. He felt that these types of people defied the standards for his perfect Aryan race. This topic is related to Anne Frank because, On August 4th, 1944, after hiding in the secret Annex for 25 Months of seclusion, she was captured and taken across Germany to many different Concentration Camps until final she spent the last weeks of her life at Bergen-Belsen, a holding camp for Jews.
World War II was known as one of the worst wars of all mankind. There were many concentration camps, and many Jewish people were prisoners there. Adolf Hitler and his armies set up multiple concentration camps throughout Germany, rounding up the Jews. One important camp was called Ravensbruck. Ravensbruck was a women’s concentration camp in northern Germany near Furstenberg.
German schools no longer allowed Jewish students and they were expelled. The Nazis required all Jews to have their passports marked with the letter “J” for “Jude” (The Holocaust Timeline, Year Unknown, p. 3). In November of 1938, the Nazis conducted further violent acts against the Jews with the “Kristallnacht” which was known as the “Night of the Broken Glass” (Rosenberg, Year Unknown, p. 2). These acts of violence were directly against the Jewish people. Jewish owned businesses were looted, windows were busted, synagogues were set on fire, and the Nazis attacked Jewish people.
Extermination Camps Death Camps or also known as Extermination Camps were run and ruled by the Nazi’s in World War II. Theses camps were built and designed by hitler him self, in Germany during 1939 to 1945 to kill millions of innocent people (wikipedia,13 March 2015). The Holocaust was the systematic annihilation of six million Jews during the Nazi genocide - in 1933 nine million Jews lived in the 21 countries of Europe that would be occupied by Nazi Germany during World War 2. By 1945 two out of every three European Jews had been killed. Nazi party were trying to kill off all the jews and people that was not up to hitlers standards of a perfect human and this is also known as genocide.Genocide is the systematic killing of all racial,
During the Holocaust, it is estimated that as a direct result, about eleven million people were killed (“The Holocaust”). A large number of these deaths occurred in concentration camps, which were camps used to torture and kill political prisoners, such as Communists and Social Democrats. Concentration Camps were horrific as many people were killed and tortured, and many people were killed before they even made it to the camps. Concentration camps were a type of camp that Adolf Hitler built as prisons for his political opponents. There were at least 17 different types of camps that included death camps and police camps for delinquent youths (Fordham).
Anne Frank Anneliese (Anne) Frank was a beautiful daughter, sister, friend and individual. Anne was born in 1929, three years after her older sister, Margot. Anne fled with her family to the Netherlands after the Nazi seizure of power in 1933. The family went into hiding in 1942 with four other friends. They hid in a sealed-off-office known as the "Secret Annex."