The Holocaust: The Most Important Part Of The Holocaust

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Between 1933 and 1945, more than 11 million men, women, and children were murdered in the Holocaust. On January 30, 1933 President Hindenburg appoints Adolf Hitler Chancellor of Germany. Hitler was a very smart leader, he knew how to manipulate people to take over Germany for him. The Holocaust began in January 1933 when Hitler came to power. To the anti-Semitic Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Jews were an inferior race, and an alien threat to the German community. German officials identified Jews residing in Germany through census records, tax returns, synagogue membership lists, parish records (for converted Jews), routine but mandatory police registration forms, the questioning of relatives, and from information provided by neighbors and officials. Hitler’s Final Solution, or the Holocaust, was the formation of mass killing centers constructed in the concentration camps of occupied Poland. Hitler did not make the Holocaust happen by himself, …show more content…
In between these events, the Nazis seized Czechoslovakia, invaded Poland, arrested 17,000 Jews in October of 1938, and surrendered to the Allies in May, 1945. Approximately 220,000-500,000 Romanies or Gypsies were killed during the Holocaust. And over 1.1 million children died during the Holocaust, and millions of more people were murdered.

The Holocaust destroyed society. This Genocide killed millions of people, and left thousands in physical or mental pain. In total about 11 million people were killed unfairly and those who got away were traumatized for the rest of their lives. These survivors still face the long term effects from the holocaust. The holocaust caused financial problems in Germany, struggling cities, and worldwide outrage. The Holocaust has and will affect us whether it was in the past, present, or