The most horrifying hated crime was The Holocaust in one thousand nine hundred thirty three; the Nazis abused, experimented, and murdered millions of Jews, Gypsies, and homosexuals in concentration camps. Adolf Hitler and the Nazis torture and murdered innocent people that had the rest of their life are ahead of them. In one thousand nine hundred thirty three through one thousand nine hundred forty five Adolf Hitler took over Germany, and he started getting the Nazis against the Jews Gypsies, and homosexuals because they were a threat to them. They were abused, beaten, and girls were raped. They were used as experiments to find cures or other things, like if they were not humans. Many were murder in the most horrible way you can think off. By being shot, beaten, cut, or put different chemicals in their bodies. All of their lives were taken away from them; they were taken away from their families, friends, and homes.
The most horrifying hated crime was The Holocaust in one thousand nine hundred thirty three; the Nazis abused, experimented, and murdered millions of Jews, Gypsies, and homosexuals in concentration camps. Adolf Hitler and the Nazis went behind Germany lines and incarcerated men, women, children, and new born in concentration camps. They wanted to make them suffer because he seed that “they were an alien threat to the so-called Germany racial community”(Jennifer Rosenburg). He wanted all of them gone because their behavior did not match prescribed social norms, so he gather them, and stared shipping them in trains to different concentration camps in Germany also known as extermination camps. Throughout Germany there were thirteen concentration camps were Jews, Gypsies, and Jehovah’s witnesses suffered for years. More than thousands of Jews, gypsies, Jehovah’s witnesses, and homosexuals were abused by the Nazis in the different concentration camps. All of their belongings were taken away from them when they got there because they wanted them to be with nothing, they were separated to two lines to select who stayed to work, and who didn’t; if so they were shaved, branded and forced to wear the Star of David, any age was selected; from age 4 and older just because it was the way for them to know that they were Jews. They were shaved because the Nazis wanted to prevent the spread of lice, and the deadly disease typhus. Branded was the easiest way to identify who they were because of the thousands that were there, they were tattooed in their right for arm because it was the easiest way to see. Those selected to work were to put to work by doing manual labor, factory works, or crushing rocks, others were put to forged documents, money, and works of arts, some moved rocks, and others built V-2 rockets. They were put to work all day, with little bit of food, and water, so many lost weight, and there strength because of not eating, drinking water, and the beatings they would get if they didn’t do things correctly. Many women were raped, and abused by the Nazis also, but all of them suffered every day because they sleep in the floor with many more, so they didn’t have room to move around, and they were beaten for no reasons, just to make them suffer.
German physicians directed painful and fatal experiments on thousands of prisoners without their agreement because they were their prisoners so they had to follow the rules. All of the experiments were made from physicians from the German air force, from the German Experimental Institution, and scientist; in some camps some experiments were aimed at accelerating the survival of Axis military personnel(Altman , Linda Jacobs 2004). They directed extreme experiments, using low pressure spaces, to control the supreme