Jews Sent to their Death

Concentraion camps is where they will take their last breath

Hitler had a very bad childhood. Both of his parent died when he was very young, and he was homeless for a shot time. This is what started his hatred for the Jewish race, someone to torture like he had been. Hitler took over Germany in 1933, this is when everything started. He began to send the Jew, or anyone who didn't fit his idea of "perfection," to concentration camps. Here, most of them would not make it out alive, however the Jews thought it was temporary. Men, women, kids, and elderly people were all separated, tearing friends and families apart in an instant.
Once people were at the concentration camps some of them were killed instantly. Women children, hurt or injured people, elderly people, and special needs people were those that were sent directly to the gas chambers. They were told they were taking a shower but once inside a toxic gas was released killing everyone inside. Now for those who survived, it was not an easy task to stay alive. They were forced to work for the German, or forced to "entertain" them. Sometimes the prisoners were forced to run up hundreds of stairs with brick stones on their back, just for the pure enjoyment of the officers. They would even bet on who would make it up first.
The Holocaust occurred in Germany between 1933, when Hitler came to power, and 1945, when the Nazis were defeated by Allied powers. It is estimated that eleven million people were killed during the Holocaust, and six million of these were Jews. The Nazis killed about two-thirds of all Jews living in Europe at the time. About 1.1 million children were also killed. The Nazis not only targeted Jews but also gypsies, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, and the disabled for persecution. Anyone who resisted was also sent for persecution or labor.