Tragic Experience

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Tragic Experience

Hitler proclaimed himself as the leader. Armed forces must now respect and swear allegiance to him


Laws for Reestablishment of the Civil Service prevented Jews from holding civil service, university, and state positions. Any books written by Jews, politcal dissidents, and other things were not approved by the state

Many Jews suffered. They were trapped inside cattle cars and they could barely breath. There was no food, water, or clothes. Nobody was ever comfortable but they still tried to survive.



Jews were prohibited from serving in the German armed forces. Jews were no longer considered German citizens



The extermination of 17,000 Polish Jews living in Germany. All Jews were relocated. All Jewish pupils were expelled from German schools

World War II started. Germany invaded Poland. Jews in Poland were forced to wear an arm band or yellow star on their clothes

A Tragic Experience

Irene Safran


250,000 Jews were murdered by gas chambers

Hitler commited suicide and The Holocaust ended. Up to 11 milion people died



The Holocaust was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution and killing of about 6 million Jews. The Holocaust lasted from 1933 to 1945. Throughout these years, up to 11 million people were killed.

"My journey to Auschwitz-Birkenau began on May 19, 1944, when I boarded the train with my parents, three younger sisters, and two brothers."

"Every day thousands and thousands died just from malnutrition because the Germans didn't give anything for the people in the ghetto to eat. There was no such thing. You can't walk in and buy anything, or getting any rations. It's your hard luck. If you don't have it, you die, and that's what it was." - Abraham Lewent

Abraham Lewent

A Survivor of The Holocaust

Irene Safran was 22 years old when this photo was taken, before her and her family were captured

"If you win, you need not have to explain... If you lose, you should not be there to explain!" - Adolf Hitler

December 22, 1945


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