My understanding is that they wore them as a silent protest of Hitler's regime. They weren't forced to wear them; it was an act of resistance.
The Norwegians used the paper clips as a symbol during the Holocaust.
A group of students from Tennessee collected millions of paperclips in honor of those lost during the Holocaust. The Paper Clip Project became public and celebrities and politicians began sending paper clips to the school. These paper clips were then used to build a memorial for the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust.
Whitewell Middle School made a paper clip chain with the amount of paper clips equal to the amount of children that died in the Holocaust.
They wore at as a sign saying we dislike you Nazis. You feel me dog
Whitwell Middle School.
6 Million Paper clips for how many people died in the holocaust!
Yes, paper clips are made of metal and can be recycled. If paper clips and staples are left attached to recycled paper they are separated during the recycling process and can be recycled as metal.
6.02 x 10^23 paper clips (602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 p. clips).
500 paper clips
10 paper clips is 7.5 inches, so 7.5X100,000= A million paper clips
yes magets can attract iron paper clips
There are three bends on my paper clips.
80,000,000 paper clips.
No, but in fact, the magnet will attract most paper clips.
This paper was approved by a Holocaust survivor.
Paper clips will burn given a high enough temperature.
No.........paper clips are made up of steel wire or plastic.
Magnets will stick to iron paper clips, but not to plastic ones.
Paper clips come in different sizes. A million two-inch paper clips would be two million inches long.
It depends. Metal paper clips are conductors, but plastic paper clips are insulators.
paper clips are usually made out of steel wire. Some are made out of plastic.
yes because paper clips are made of metal
Steel wiredrawing plants manufacture paper clips