What was done with the Jews' bodies when they were killed?
The corpses were either buried in large pits (mass graves) or cremated (burnt).
None. Jews were killed in the gas chambers, by firing squads, by diseases that spread in close quarters, and numerous other horrific situations (the 6 Million). However, by the time that the Jewish bodies were burned in the crematoria, they were already dead. The cremation was done both to insult the Jewish custom of burying the dead and to make it unnecessary to dig graves.
As Germany defeated the countries of Europe, the Jews were rounded up, sent to death camps and exterminated. Death camps used gas chambers, firing squads, starvation, beatings and any method that they found convenient. After the Jews were killed, the Germans often used remaining Jews to load the bodies into the furnaces. Toward the end, they became so desperate to hide what they had done, they dug large trenches, lined up the Jews and shot…
I do not criticize. If reenactment is done to show it was a good thing that happened and it should happen, then it is wrong and unrighteous thing. If it is done to show Jews are bad people because Jews killed Jesus, then no need for such acts. If it is done to repent the crucifixion, then that is good.
Some were and some were put into huge trenches with lime poured over them and then buried. The lime killed any diseases that the bodies may have been carrying and lowered the odor. Actually- the bodies that were buried would have to be dug up by the remaining Jews and thrown into deep ditches . the bodies were then burnt includuing the little girl in red.