Why were the radios taken away during the holocaust?
because they could use them for communication
No they didn`t!
Lives, shops, and the thought of being safe.
The radios where taken a way because the enamie may or could trake you and know what are you doing.
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.
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.
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.
Because they were legally classed as stateless people when Hitler rised to Power in 1934.
well i know that they could not have bikes because the Nazi's wanted the Jews to feel lesser of themselves.
The countries the Germans effected by the Holocaust were: Poland, Norway, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, France,Yugoslavia,Germany,Estonia, and Lativia. Switzerland was a safe place to get away from the Nazi's.
They couldn't do nothing every right the Jews had was taken away.
All rights were taken away by the Nazis - especially the right to life (let alone liberty and property and 'due process).
their dignity , their hair , and their human rights , oh and their lifes
Twins that were of age were normally taken away for medical experimentation.
the allies were not fighting for Jews during WW2
During the Holocaust years, Hitler lived in three primary places: 1. His mountain fortress home called the Berchtesgaden, near Munich; 2. The Chancellor's offices in Berlin; and 3. Sometimes, but very seldom, he lived at various military headquarters planning war strategies.
If children looked old enough to manage manual labour, then they might have been taken away from their families to work. Otherwise they may well have gone straight to their deaths with their families.
The children were treated by being taken away from their families an if yoiu looked weak they would kill yuu
The Nazi state wanted to profit as much as it could from the Jews. It first took people's assets, then their personal possesions, then profited from their labour, then killed them. Plunder was one of the motives for persecuting the Jews.
By the start of the Holocaust the (affected) Jews had already suffered many years of discrimination, most Jews in Poland were in ghettos, Jews in Germany had most of their rights taken away from them.
I've heard this from a Holocaust survivor's son that usually, if entering and breaking in houses, the Nazis shot the dogs first. Mostly dogs who were considered the "guard dogs." Other dogs who had their owners taken away from them became strays I think like cattle did in the Salem Witch Trials when their accused owners were being imprisoned.
Six million Jews died during the Holocaust. Many more (e.g. their families, friends, etc.) were affected. About 5 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. More than hundreds of thousands of Jews emigrated away to different countries.
To keep them in one place, to keep them away from all other places.
they represented the Jews because the animals were being taken away like the animals
I'm sure the holocaust began by Jewish families unexpectedly being taken away from their homes and being separated. There couldve been many signs that Hell was beginning to take its place in Europe at that time.
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.
Assuming you are talking about during the war and the holocaust, yes there were. Everything, including, for many, their lives. Real property, businesses, possessions, right down to their family pictures, jewelry, coin collections, their religious worship, you name it. It wasn't a pretty time.
get as far away from it as you can
Not really, there was no need. People would simply run away.
They had most rights taken away from them. They were not allowed to work in many jobs, they were limited in how much they were allowed to interact with Aryans.
Cobra MicroTalk radios are two way radios or walkie talkies that allow you to keep in contact with someone a certain distance away without making a phone call.
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.
all the wedding rings and gold crowns were taken away, all the clothes were recycled and all the shoes and everything was taken away from them. The polish people told everyone to leave the keys in the door so that anyone who wanted anything lcould just come in and take it
yes, the closest were usually moved away, but there were people close enough to be annoyed by the smell
they began rate away Dachau was the first built but Jews weren't deported there till 1936
Here are a few ideas for essay topics about the Holocaust: * How did Christians and other non-Jews aid Jews during the Holocaust? * How did European citizens rebel against the Nazis? * What was life like in a hiding place? * What civil rights were taken away from the Jews? * What was life like for displaced persons? * What was Kristallnacht? * Who were some of the major Nazi leaders and what role… Read More
Because the victims were taken from everywhere, all kinds of communities had to allow their neighbours to be taken away. Many different officials and workers were involved in collecting the victims and transporting them before they would be surrendered to the Germans.
The Germans took everything away from Jews they sent to the camps and they died slowly. See the video on You tube of Holocaust Auschwitz Survivor Renee Firestone she witnessed people suffering to death without there insulin.
Right after the holocaust, nothing really happened. Jews were stranded. No homes No food. Where were they to go? German Nazis were deining it even happended. Jews had no homes since the Nazis had taken them away. They had no money since that was taken away too. Jews started to walk there way into a town. Maybe got a job and made some money. Some Jews got on a boat to America. No all stayed… Read More
Its moisture is taken away during the toasting process.
In most cases they were not allowed to bring anything but what they were wearing. They tried to bring their most prized possesions but usually had them taken away. Most were stripped of their clothes, cut bald and sent to their deaths.
None, unless you count things like there were people involved in both. One was all about the rights being taken away - the other about gaining rights.
A Persons House Can Fall On Top Of Someone Or They Can Get Taken Away By The Hurricane
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Their freedom of speech and freedom of press where taken away.
Energy is only made not taken away. But during a chemical reaction, it depends on what kind of chemicals you put in there.
The usa. turned away the jewish people who wanted to come here. So, thatdid not make America so holy
The plot with the Wizard and the Animals and animals can be related to the Holocaust, or any other type of genocide. There is a reference to that when Doctor Dillamond is taken away. The new teacher, who advertises a cage, has a Hitler-style haircut.
Guam, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines.
During the 20th century Aborigines had their rights and freedom taken away and were discriminated, and dominated.
The reason no one tried to stop the holocaust right away was either because no one knew about or that the German population were indoctrinated into hating the Jews. The allies later found out about the holocaust around 1943.