The Concentration Camps
First things first, what was the Holocaust? The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Concentration Camps were the places where the Jews, Romas, Jehovas Witnesses, and tons more "inferior races" as the Nazis called them. It all started when the Night of Broken Glass happened, Nazis broke windows of all Jewish businesses and incarcerated the men that owned said businesses. The first place they were taken was a transit camp, this was the beginning. Then, they were taken to the Camp to be worked, tortured, and killed. It was almost imminent death. The Concentration Camps were one of the worst things in humanity. They were cruel, violent, and had no mercy... not even for children.
The Walk of Death
ON the Summer of 1944, Soviet forces made a charge on eastern Belarus which destroyed a German Army base which allowed the Soviets to charge on some of the biggest Nazi Concentration Camps. When Nazi forces heard about the attack, Chief Heinrich Himmler ordered that all prisoners in major and minor Camps be taken to another camp in the center of Reich. And thus it was donned by the Jews, the Death Marches had begun. The name "Death Marches was made by the Jews for the cruelty that they brought. So what made the Death Marches so deadly? Well, the Nazis had imposed that for all prisoners that could no longer walk... to be executed on site. More than 250,000 POW's died in the violent and bloody Death Marches. But for the ones that were still holding on to what little life they had, the conditions were poor. There was little food or water, for the prisoners, but for the Nazi soldiers there was plenty for everybody.
Adolf Hitler the Early Story
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in upper Austria. In 1898 the Hitler family moved to Linz, the capitol of upper Austria. S