What was the name of when Jews were being rounded up and taken places?
How did the Nazi Party persuade the German people to hate and eventually allow the killing of 6 million Jews and 5 million non Jews?
They did not persuade anything. The majority of german civilians had no idea that Jewish peoples were being rounded up and killed systematically. These camps were often in somewhat remote places. From the citizens point of view, all Jewish people being taken were being deported. This is what they actually supported. They were convinced that Jewish people were lowering their economy(they were in a depression) and so they agreed and supported to have them deported/… Read More
There was nothing that they could do, the measures were an attempt to get the Jews to leave the country, but there were few places to go to.
this question is insulting and ridiculous. Was a count of the world taken as people were rounded and burned to death?
They were taken to the camps to work labor and then to the execution.
They were either known Jews, or were ratted out by people they knew. During the beginning of the war, Jews were required to register as much by their governments. In most places, it was required by law that they mark themselves as Jews, by wearing a Star of David on their clothing. They were then rounded up and moved into Ghettos, or taken to concentration camps, where they would separate the men from the women… Read More
From what I know: They are rounded up by getting called to some sort of assembly They are dragged out of their homes or work areas People randomly come in and take the Jews They have this thing when the Jew's numbers are called in and the Jews have to go somewhere
They werent taken anywhere because after they were liberated they were so confused on what to do after being in the camps forever.
After being gassed the bodies were usually burnt in crematoria.
A transit camp was a place where Jews and other prisoners were taken after being rounded up by the Nazis. Prisoners were held at transit camps before being sent on to concentration camps or death camps. For example, Anne Frank and her family were first sent to Westerbork transit camp (in the Netherlands) before being transferred to Auschwitz.
In some places the Jews were accused of deliberately causing or spreading the plague, and this led to Jews being massacred.
ghettos were places where Jews lived away from the Nazis they couldn't escape because they were a place where Jews were allowed in and could only sometimes go out .the Jews were usually taken away to the concentration camps after a while.
That they werent actually being taken to shower.
Lives, shops, and the thought of being safe.
They were told they were being taken to showers, whereas in truth they were being herded into gas chambers, where they were killed.
After being rounded up, Jews were sent to extermination camps like Auschwitz and Treblinka. Some were worked to death; many were gassed soon after arrival.
The conflct in Number the Stars (if i am thinking of the right book) is that all of the Jews are being taken. They will be killed if they are taken. (man .vs. man).
Places that either didn't allow Jews or places that Jews had to be in separate places.
Having your property taken away from you, being forced to leave your home, and being killed are pretty traumatizing events.
because they were going to be killed either way. Because they were being opressed. Their willpower was being taken away from them, and German sodiers patrolled the streets. They were being threatened, and every night friends and family were being taken away from them. They were afraid.
Jews were taken by the Germans because the Germans, more spoken Hitler blamed the war on the Jews
most Jews who rounded up other Jews were threatened, afraid for their families, wanted power or some thought/were toold that if they rounded up other Jews they and there families would be kept safe, wich was a lie.
The Jews were not given rations in World War 2 in the Axis countries. They were rounded up and taken to the concentration camps. They got whatever measly food and liquid they were given. In the Ally countries they received the same rations as everyone else did.
The Nazi concentration camps were the places there the Jews (and others) were taken, to be gassed then burnt in ovens. Hitler exterminated over 4 million people in these camps.
What enabled Hanna's family to go out publicly long after many Jews were being seized off the streets and taken away?
There were a couple of ways that some Jews were able to survie longer than others in occupied places. The first was having their work papers with them at all times. The second, and more important one, was that they probably looked what was considerd to be Aryan, that is, blond and blue-eyed, with "small" noses.
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.
No they did not As a mater of fact they even lost their fillings. their hair was used for various reasons. there are many possessions that were the property of Jews and people that were accused of being Jews that are to this day not recovered and returned to the family's of those that were killed. When you were taken as a Jew in Germany during that time for all intents and purposes you ceased… Read More
Most of the Jews were rounded up just by putting them in line and taking role and putting them in a really small ship and sended them east and most of the Jews died along the way and they didn't care sadly.
Jews at first hardly noticed anything other than that they were forced to wear the yellow six-pointed star with the word "Jude" (Germany), "Jood" (the Netherlands) or another word meaning Jew in the local language. In the beginning, their freedom was hardly impeded. Later on, however, things worsened. Jews were no longer allowed in a steadily growing list of locations, such as markets, cinemas, parks, and other social areas. Then, the situation turned sour, and… Read More
Jews were taken into concetration camps.
They were taken to extermination camps.
they represented the Jews because the animals were being taken away like the animals
They were rounded up by the SS.
The Jews were taken from their homeland and sent in exile to Babylon.
Hitler failed to get into an art school but saw lots of Jews where getting in so he said that Germany was being taken over by Jews and said that the Germans needed elbow room and he tried to make the perfect race.
In any place with Jews it can be celebrated....soem places with Jews are Israel, the US, Canada, and many other places
There are two main incidents where Jews are mentioned in the bible were taken into slavery, in Egypt and in Babylon.
no, the Jews were the main race taken but there were also gypsies, any free radicals that the Nazis could find.. anyone who was different was taken.
They couldn't do nothing every right the Jews had was taken away.
The Jews were usually allowed to print books, but in many times and places laws required that their printed books had to be censored in case anything was deemed as being against Christianity.
The first time Jews were put into concentration camps for being Jewish was after Kristalnacht, some were returned, some perished and others stayed in the system. In 1940 some were held in labour camps, but it was not really until 1941 that Jews were rounded up and put wholesale into concentration camps.
The Jews were forcibly taken from their homes, which were often destroyed or taken over by others, so that there was later nowhere for them to return to.
The Swedes did not stay neutral during the Holocaust. They took in hundreds of Jews from Denmark to keep them from being taken by the Germans. Jews also fled to Sweden if they had the means and ways to get there prior to the war and after the war started. The Jews went anywhere they could get to if they could.
Synagogues are Jewish places of prayer.
Jews pray in synagogues. Synagogue services are held three times a day, every day of the year.Morning services may begin anytime between dawn and around 8 a.m., depending on the needs of the congregation. Some synagogues have more than one morning service for people with different schedule-needs. Sabbath morning service will commonly begin at 7:30 a.m. or later. Afternoon services and the evening service are often consecutive, beginning around 15-30 minutes before sunset. But some… Read More
The people who supported Hitler and the Nazi and who went along with his persecution of the Jews supported him mainly because they were also anti-Semitic and was not too fond of Jews. -------------------------------------------------------------------- It was done gradually, first they had rights taken away from them, then they could not earn money, then they could not own property, soon they were being supported by the state, so the people were happy to have these 'useless… Read More
The SS arrested and rounded up the Jews. They SS ran the concentration camps and did the killings. The SS killed Jews and others all the way up to the end of the war. They kept track of who and how many were being killed but they did not have exact record keeping.
Before being taken to ghettos and later concentration camps, Jews received social restrictions that made their formerly normal lives miserable. Some examples are that they were forbidden to perform on stage or on screen (1934), denied admission to medical school, prevented from voting, and even banned from owning bicycles.
the Jews were blamed by Hitler for the cause of Germany's defeat in ww1. Hitler, being a persuasive individual, convinced Germany to think his ensight was true. almost all the Jewish civilians were rounded up and put in death camps like Auschwitz or concentration camps like Buchenwald. technically the Jews did nothing in ww2.
Jews must wear a yellow star. Jews must hand in their bicycles, Jews are banned from trams and forbidden to drive. Jews are also forbidden to visit theatres, cinemas, and other places of entertainment. Swimming baths tennis courts and other sports grounds are all prohibited to them. Jews may not visit Christians. This information is taken from R.E. Book titled, "Seeking religion - the Jewish experience." Hope it helps.
Yes, Auschwitz was the main camp for Jews from Western Europe.