Holocaust

What is the Holocaust?

It was the state sponsored, systematic, persecution, and annihilation of European Jewry by Nazi Germany and its collaborators, between 1933 and 1945. It is more than one countries. It also annihilates homosexuals, poles, and many more.

The Holocaust in our Country

In August of 1492, the U.S. State Department saying that the Germans were executing and physically annihilating the Jews of Europe. During the Holocaust the press did not report the Nazi cruelty. As a  consequence of the press not releasing the update on the Nazis, the anti-Jewish violence increased in 1939-1941. The horror increased in the United States during this time.

Holocaust museum in the U.S.

Bringing together the Nation

From 1919 to 1932, a series of governments ruled Germany. During this time, no single political party was able to establish a parliamentary. The Nazi party dramatically increased its public support by advertising itself as a protest movement. The Nazi propaganda machine was tasked with building public support for a new year.

The Killing Fields

The term concentration campsrefer to a camp in which people are detained, or confined, usually under harsh conditions. The first concentration camp was established after Hitler's appointment as chancellor in January 1933. The concentration camps increasingly became sites where the SS authorities could kill targeted groups of real or perceived enemies of Nazi Germany. There were many ways of killing the individual groups. And there were many individual groups that they punished and sent to the concentration camps.

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