Shea Friedges, Hour 3
(The picture to the right shows part of the wall surrounding the Warsaw Ghetto, built by the Nazis, and enclosing Jews within.
The picture below is the Nazi-appointed administer of the Warsaw Ghetto council of Jews, Adam Czerniakow.)
During World War Two
(This picture shows SS officers standing at attention for their superiors.)
(This picture shows a young man starving on the streets due to the lack of proper nutrition provided.)
First Stop on a Horrific Journey
(The picture shows a memorial plaque for the Warsaw Ghettos that says: "Along this path of suffering and death over 300,000 Jews were driven in 1942-1943 from the Warsaw Ghetto to the gas chambers of Nazi concentration camps.)
The SS officers would order role calls at random to ensure that all Jews were still inside the ghetto. At any time and in any weather even the dying and elderly had to stand for hours until they were all accounted for.
This picture depicts a group of Jewish men, women, and children being forced into the Warsaw Ghetto by SS officers.
Jews were made to were sewn-on stars on their outermost clothing at all times. This was so they could easily be identified as Jewish.
Poor Treatment Leads to an Uprising
(The picture here shows the Jewish residents being rounded up by SS officers after the revolt and the dectuction caused by it in the background.)