Just think if you had been to Auschwitz in 1940. To hear the screams and see the people. It’s a sad thought to think about all the people that were killed in that camp. But, I want to explain to you why they chose this camp as the man death camp. The S.S guards are another thing we will be talking about.
Adam Czerniaków (30 November 1880 – 23 July 1942) was a Polish-Jewish engineer and senator. He committed suicide in the Warsaw Ghetto on 23 July 1942 by swallowing a cyanide pill, a day after the commencement of mass extermination of Jews known as the Grossaktion Warsaw. He was born on 30 November 1880 in Warsaw, Poland. Czerniaków studied engineering in Warsaw and Dresden and taught in the Jewish community's vocational school in Warsaw. From 1927 to 1934 he served as member of the Warsaw Municipal Council, and in May 1930 was elected to the Polish Senate.
In 1934, Eichmann transferred to the SD. He was appointed to a high rank and assigned to the headquarters. In 1939, Eichmann was assigned to the RSHA department that dealt with the evacuation of Jews. In 1942, Heydrich invited Eichmann to attend the Wannsee Conference. Eichmann wrote the protocols for the Wannsee Conference.
The subjects of Dachau were careless that their city was going to turn into the source of death camps and of the Holocaust, the mass homicide conferred by the Nazi s in World War II. Dachau Concentration Camp, which would soon be set on the edge of their group, would serve as a model for all Nazi elimination camps. This impeccable model of a Nazi executing machine now speak to the begin of the unpleasantness filled Holocaust and the Nazi's determination to accomplish a flawless pop culture throughout World War II. On March 21, 1933, just two months after Adolf Hitler was delegated Chancellor of Germany, Heinrich Himmler, the Commander of the Schutzstaffel (SS) Elite Police Force and a standout amongst the most effective men in Nazi Germany, requested that a camp for political rivals be based on the grounds of a betrayed explosive manufacturing plant on the edge of the little group of Dachau, close Munich. The Nazi-controlled daily paper, the Vð"â¶lkischer Beobachter (deciphered Racial Observer) gladly broadcasted that the first death camp, with a limit of in excess of 5000 detainees, would be secured close Dachau.
Analyzing Jan Gross' Neighbors Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland is a publication by Jan Tomasz Gross. The book analyzes the events in the small town of Jedwabne around 1941. This was during the time when the Germans occupied Poland. The book looks at the manner in which the Polish non-Jewish ethnic poles, on their own volition, decided to exterminate their Jewish neighbors during the year 1941. The author presents the causes of the massacre against the Jewish residents in Jedwabne by the neighbors who were non-Jews.
And that factory would soon employ Jewish workers. The factory is located at Krakow, Germany where it’s still standing to this day. Right before the Nazis attacked Poland, Oskar moved away in 1939. Oskar took advantage of when the Germans Germanized the Jewish and Polish owned businesses, he bought a factory named “enamelware” and made the plant into the “Oskar Shindler.” Shindler owned and worked on two factories at the time, but Jews only worked at the “enamelware” factory because it was closer to the ghetto where the Jews
Levi’s survival in Auschwitz which directed him toward his outstanding career as a chemist, compelled him to write numerous, informational books about the Holocaust, and led him to commit suicide at the age of sixty-seven. Primo Levi was born in the study of his apartment (“Primo Levi, Chemist and Writer,” 1) to a Jewish family on July 31, 1919 in Turin, Italy. (“Primo Levi.” http://en.wikipedia.org, 1) While being schooled, although writing seemed extremely crucial, Levi was never taught literature because
The main concentration camps were Treblinka, Dachau-Buchenwald and Auschwitz which they were extermination death camps. Some concentration labor camps were Birkenau, Buna, etc. In the concentration camps is when all the horrifying things started too happened. Once in the camps they had selections they checked if you were healthy or strong enough to work if not they would send you to the extermination camps or if you were hurt you would be sent to the hospital. In the labor camps you either worked on mines or created ammunition for the German army.
Auschwitz Gas Chamber. Judaism. Retrieved August 26, 2010, from http://judaism.about.com/od/holocaust/ss/ausch_tour_5.htm This page gives a brief description about the gas chambers used in The Holocaust. How they tricked the Jews into the chambers and what type of gas they used to kill the captives. In my paper I talk about the camps and different methods used to kill the prisoners.
Hitler deliberately expressed his hate toward Jews and gave ample warnings, as it was all written down in his autobiography “Mein Kampf”. In 1935, the introduction of the Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship and civil rights. Jewish rights were steadily restricted, as in many cases Jewish political and intellectual leaders were the first to be sent to concentration camps. The Night of Broken Glass, on November 9, 1938 lead to the death of approximately 100 Jews, while other 30,000 were sent to concentration camps. Jewish businesses along with almost every synagogue in Germany were damaged or completely destroyed.