33 Facts You Should Know About the Holocaust: Men selected for forced labour from amongst the Hungarian Jews in Auschwitz-Birkenau, 1944

33 Facts You Should Know About the Holocaust: Men selected for forced labour from amongst the Hungarian Jews in Auschwitz-Birkenau, 1944

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At Auschwitz, thousands of prisoners were sterilized using radiation. Additionally, children of African-German origin and the mentally or physically handicapped were surgically sterilized, often brutally. Signs on the entrance to the gas chambers read: “Baths and disinfecting rooms.” Other notices read: “Cleanliness brings freedom!” It took 20 minutes to kill everyone in the chamber. The chambers at Auschwitz/Birkenau could kill 6000 people a day.

At Auschwitz, thousands of prisoners were sterilized using radiation. Additionally, children of African-German origin and the mentally or physically handicapped were surgically sterilized, often brutally. Signs on the entrance to the gas chambers read: “Baths and disinfecting rooms.” Other notices read: “Cleanliness brings freedom!” It took 20 minutes to kill everyone in the chamber. The chambers at Auschwitz/Birkenau could kill 6000 people a day.

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Before the Holocaust, Hitler gave the U.S., Great Britain, and many other nations a chance to take in Jewish refugees. They refused.

Before the Holocaust, Hitler gave the U.S., Great Britain, and many other nations a chance to take in Jewish refugees. They refused.

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About a third of all Jewish people alive at that time were murdered in the Holocaust. FACTS ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST

About a third of all Jewish people alive at that time were murdered in the Holocaust. FACTS ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST

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This is a collection of facts about the Holocaust including background information, ghettos, and concentration and extermination camps, from http://history1900s.about.com/od/holocaust/a/holocaustfacts.htm. It could be useful with the KWL chart. By Kris K.

This is a collection of facts about the Holocaust including background information, ghettos, and concentration and extermination camps, from http://history1900s.about.com/od/holocaust/a/holocaustfacts.htm. It could be useful with the KWL chart. By Kris K.

The majority of people who were deported to labor and death camps were transported in cattle wagons. These wagons did not have water, food, a toilet, or ventilation. Sometimes there were not enough cars for a major transport, so victims waited at a switching yard, often with standing room only, for several days. The longest transport of the war took 18 days. When the transport doors were open, everyone was already dead

The majority of people who were deported to labor and death camps were transported in cattle wagons. These wagons did not have water, food, a toilet, or ventilation. Sometimes there were not enough cars for a major transport, so victims waited at a switching yard, often with standing room only, for several days. The longest transport of the war took 18 days. When the transport doors were open, everyone was already dead

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