In What Ways Did the Nazis Treatment of Jews Change Between 1938 and 1945?

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In what ways did the Nazis treatment of Jews change between 1938 and 1945? The Jews were violated throughout the Second World War and the intensity of the violence elevated as the war progressed. In 1938 Kristallnacht took place where German citizens including the SS and the Hitler youth boycotted Jewish shops and businesses due to an assassination of a German politician by a French student . This was persecution of the Jews as many of them were removed from everyday life either by being sent to a concentration camp , 30,000 Jews were sent to concentration camps on that night, or by having property and businesses vandalised and destroyed which left them with nothing. Also more persecution happened the next day as Jewish communities were asked to pay $1 million marks in reparations to what took place on that night . In 1940 the Warsaw Ghetto came into use which could hold 400,000 Jews and was the death to 500,000, this was used as a holding point for the Treblinka death camp, This was violent persecution as death occurred and Human rights were removed this is shown in the way that many Jews starved to death and were dehydrated they were offered less than 200 calories a day. Violent persecution can also be seen in the way the Nazis treated the Jews when they were in the Ghetto, The Jews were often beaten by the Nazis as it gave them a sense of satisfaction In 1942 the Wannsee conference took place where the final solution was devised and the construction of the death camps increased. This was extermination of the Jews as the sole purpose was to eradicate them, This is shown as the death toll increased since the Wannsee conference as well as the construction. This is seen in the August of 1942 where 6000 Jews died in Auschwitz to a previous 100 Jews in

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