Overview of Holocaust
The holocaust started in 1933 with the rise of Adolf Hitler's power by the persecuting of Jews, homosexuals, Gypsies, the disabled, and others. Those victims were forced into the Ghettos, terrorized in anti Jew riots, had their property seized, and finally sent to concentration camps.
Original Research Question
Anne Fischer; survived from Czechoslovakia and left to die by the Nazi soldiers in the Bergen- Belsen camp, only to be recovered and reunited by her sister.
Solomon Perel; A teenaged Jewish refugee from Poland who escaped capture by posing as a non- Jewish German and joining the Hitler youth.
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