What items were taken from Jews during the holocaust at the camps?
Their homes,their money,their jewlerry,their books and their buisness all those things were taken from them.
They were taken to extermination camps.
Atleast 17 million people were transfered to the concentration camps during the holocaust.
They would be taken to camps or killed.
During the holocaust, Jews were taken to concentration camps in germany where they were either killed immediately upon arrival, or forced into work labour.
No they didn`t!
They were in Europe, mainly in Germany and a few in other countries that Nazi Germany had taken over.
There are very few photos taken during the holocaust itself. The holocaust was top secret and photography was forbidden. A few SS men did, however, take photos, but not all of these are generally available.
Auschwitz in Southern Poland is the most famous concentration camp and was where the majority of people were taken to during the Holocaust
The allies freed the camps in July 1944
Jews valubles were taken from them during the Holocaust such as pictures and things worth money. It was more extreme than that. On arrival at the camps everything was taken away from them - including their clothes. Before they went into the gas chambers the women's hair was cut off - and used to stuff furniture. Most important of all, their lives were taken.
Nazi regime established a total of 300 concentration camps between 1939-1942. An estimated 15-20 million people were imprisoned and killed in these concentration camps.
childrens couldn't live wt their families. most of them were taken to work on labor camps. many of them died.
The Jews were rounded up by the Nazis and taken work camps or concentration camps or extermination camps. Some were allowed to live in ghettos. The camps and ghettos were in Poland, Germany and other locations. Six million Jews were murdered by the German Nazis.
The term is Holocaust victim.
Those who lived at home would eat at home, though they may have had some as soon as they got it. Those in camps would generally have their food taken to them.
No, those who went straight to the gas chambers did not get a tattoo. However, all that were taken into the camps like Auschwitz had to have a tattoo put on their arm or chest.
ghetto refers to portions of city's which were guarded and boarded up. Jews were taken there and forced to stay there in dire conditions before being transported to concentration camps
Usually first to ghettos or transit camps, then on to extermination camps or very harsh concentration camps. In eastern Europe many were taken straight to mass graves and shot.
no, anyone that was not a supporter of the nazi regime was transported and locked up in prison camps
concentration camps were located in Germany and Poland(which was taken over by Germany). Poland however ws the home to the death camps
There are many of evidences of the mass murders which happened during the Holocaust. Such as: There has been forensic evidence linking the SS and Nazis to the mass killings of Jews and other "undersirables", who the Nazis persecuted during the Holocaust. Reports and Statements from escapees of the Holocaust Documents of deportations and numbers of people expected to be killed Photos of the Concentration Camps were taken by the SS Guards in the Camps… Read More
There were many concentration camps. Examples are Auschwitz, Dachau, and Bergen-Belsen. I don't know if this will help with the answer but films were taken from liberating armies of concentration camps in 1945 which of course shocked the world. The Holocaust ended with the surrender of Nazi Germany in May 1945. Obviously, in areas that had been taken by the Allies earlier, the Holocaust ended when the area and its camps were liberated. At most… Read More
It killed her. The family went into hiding, but eventually they found them and were taken to the camps. She died just before the end of the war in one of the camps.
If you mean that you want to make a presentation/project about the Holocaust, but in a unique and creative way, then I suggest you try something that you wouldn't normally do, like: - Create a model of a concentration camp, with a description - Do a skit on people being taken into the concentration camps - Write a 'journal' based on the life of someone living during the Holocaust
In three words? To destroy them. Hitler's own words, in more than one writing or speech, were to "rid the world of the curse of International Jewry". That even made it into his last Will and Testament.
During the Holocaust, the Jews were taken from their homes to the nearly unlivable ghettos via extremely overcrowded box cars. Many of the Jew's journies and their lives were ended in those ghettos. Most of the ghetto survivors were taken again via overcrowded boxcars to work/death camps where MILLIONS were killed.
Pictures taken of the camps by the Nazi's, pictures taken by the Allies when they found the camps, ashes of the bodies, the camps themselves still exist and you can visit them, survivor stories and accounts, Allied reports, first hand accounts by people, the fact that 6 million people were murdered.
The Jews weren't the only people who were taken to the death camps, there were also gypsies, homosexuals, Russians and basically anyone who the Germans thought were different. People who disagreed with Hitler were also murdered.
the Vam Pels were the family who hid with anne frank and her family in the secret annex during the Holocaust they were found and killed at concentration camps The Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem is called Yad Vashem (a memorial and a name) taken from Isaiah. The "V" element is the "and", however, so may not be what you want. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yad_Vashem
Quiet- The families in hiding had to be quiet during the daytime so that no one would hear them. If someone heard them, they might be turned into the Green Police, taken to concentration camps, and killed. It had to be quiet all during the day. OR you can use Quicklime
It looks as if you are confusing the Holocaust with World War 2. Please see the related question.
because they could use them for communication
What did Isi Brauman born in 1937 during the Holocaust like to do Had a brother named Isac was taken to a camp in 1941 had a mother and a father who also were taken to one of these camps in 1941 along?
Isi Brauman was born in 1934 and Isac was born in 1937. Their parents are Ana and Abram Brauman. They never imigrated but were taken to the ghetto on December 13, 1941. They were never taken to a concentration camp. They were directly taken to the ghetto and shot.
Jewish people, disabled people, gay people and many others were taken to concentration camps and killed. Literally millions of people died, including thousands of children. Most were gassed, others were shot, many simply starved to death.
When people were taken to concentration camps, they were marked by the Nazis with tattoos, placed on the inside of their right arms. The tattoos were numbers, meant to be a form of identification.
The Jews were moved into the new extermination camps. That is why they lived in the ghetto. The Germans only built the ghettos because they didnt have means of the transportation to take the Jews to the camps they saw it as a way to temporarily solve the Jewish "problem". They were taken to extermination camps and killed.
Do you mean what countries that took part in the Holocaust were not taken over by Hitler? Because obviously he did not take over any country in the Americas, nor most of the world.
Jews were taken into concetration camps.
The number of people that were taken to concentration camps were between 11 million and 17 million, this tragic number of deaths have been mourned for years and can never be helped...
Lives, shops, and the thought of being safe.
The social climate in Germany during the holocaust was extremely hostile. The rights of the people were taken away, and those that did not agree with the persecution of the Jewish people were instantly jailed.
they got taken to consentration camps
Yes, there are pictures taken during the Holocaust. You can view many of them online by typing "Holocaust photos" in a search engine. But be forewarned: Many of the photographs are very graphic, disturbing, sad and grotesque.
They were generally told to report to a certain place on a certain day.
that is a good way of putting it, almost everything else was taken from them
The Holocaust occurred during this period in history. German Jews led restrictive lives, where they had to wear a yellow star of David to identify themselves. In Germany and many other European countries, the Jews were taken to concentration camps and many died there.
They were ALL located in Germany during the Holocaust besides a few in the taken-over Poland. They were all there because Germany was killing the Jews and they can't put the concentration camps on other countries' land. Besides, they didn't want anyone to know about them killing the Jews. Basically, this is a common sense answer, but still I have studied WW2 for a long time.
The Jews that were killed in Auschwitz were from all over Europe. During the time of the Holocaust, Jews- as well as many other minorities- were rounded up onto trains and sent in masses to camps, and ghettos, after which they would be sent off to camps. There would be people from many different countries in the German-occupied parts of Europe in a ghetto. When they were taken from ghettos to camps, place of origin… Read More
Jews during Holocaust Jews were taken to concentration camps where they had to work from early in the morning until late in the night. A total of six million Jews were killed. Often there would be hundreds of people taken and burned, slapped, gassed, shot. Many would have to dig their own grave before being shot into it or buried alive. It was a tragic. They also would have to get up at 4ish every… Read More
This question makes no sense. Box cars and cattle cars were around long before world war 2. The Jews were taken in them to the concentration camps.