The Lodz Ghetto
Life in the Lodz
The creating of Lodz
They wanted to come up with a place that was only for Jews to live. The second largest ghetto would be called “Lodz” Ghetto. That was built upon wooden fence and barbwire around the place. Spring of 1940 162,000 people were forced out of their homes. To a places with a population of 62,000 that stayed there before. In the Lodz people like Jews and other had no food or electricity.
Children Life in the ghetto
The end of Lodz
January 1942, Jews were sent to “Chelmno” were the killing of the Jew started. Jews were gather and sent to gas vines. Some of the Jews went on to strike to stop all of the work for the German. That was the being of the war between Nazis and Jews.
Sean Sheehan, The Holocaust, 2005
The Ghetto "Lodz", Yad Vashem n.d