The Holocaust

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The Holocaust

During World War II, Adolph Hilter, the president of Germany, discriminated against many groups whom he saw as different from himself. He sent people to work in camps and prisons where they experienced terrible conditions, worked hard for no pay and often died from disease, starvation or the cruel treatment of the guards. One group in particular, Jews, were particularly persecuted. By the end of 1945, when WWII ended and Hilter was defeated, 6 million Jews had died. Those who were saved often helped and protected by brave people who risked their own lives to save those that Hilter tried to persecute.



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