Ghettos During WWII

By Haley W. Brian W. Nick W.

During world war II what were the ghettos living conditions?

  • They lived poorly and most of them died {approximately 300 a day} from starvation and disease. (they were flooded with Nazis)

A boundary wall of the Warsaw ghetto

Describe ghettos and tell me what they were.

  • Ghettos were a place where Jews were held during the holocaust [they were forced to go to]

This is another pic of a boundary wall.

Explain the year of 1933 and 1943.

  • In 1933 Hitler created ghettos and and forced Jews to live in them and in 1943 the Warsaw ghetto tried to defeat the German Nazis.

This is a photograph of a little Jewish kid in a ghetto

Fast Facts:

  1. Also, in 1943, the Nazis closed down the Warsaw ghetto and moved everybody to a death camp
  2. 90% of Jews died of mistreatment Warsaw ghetto.
  3. 1300 Jews died trying to fight back so they could get out of ghettos


Polish ghetto

inside the Warsaw ghetto

Work Cited


Engel, David. "Warsaw ghetto." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 2 May 2013.


Berenbaum, Michael. "Holocaust." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 2 May 2013.


Grant, R. G. World War II: The Events and Their Impact on Real People. New York, NY: Dk Pub., 2008. Print.


Downing, David. Fighting Back. Milwaukee, WI: World Almanac Library, 2006. Print.