Overview of Holocaust
The gestapo were the secret Nazi police, their job was to find Jews and arrest them. The leader of the Gestapo was Heinrich Himmler; they were also part of the SS. When the Gestapo arrested the Jews, they brought them to the ghettos or camps. They brought the Jews there to be killed.
The Gestapo didn't know what they were doing was bad, they were just listening to the leader. The unusual thing was that people usually see police as crime stoppers not the opposite, because of this millions of Jews died.
Original Research Question
Why did the Gestapo arrest Jews and bring them to the ghettos and camps?
They arrested them because Hitler the leader of the Nazis hated Jews, so they had to follow his orders. They brought them to camps and the ghettos because that's where he would gather them to be executed.
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