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7.06 Holocaust
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Boycotting the shops “Joseph Goebbels, a Nazi Propaganda Minister, persuades a crowd of people in Berlin to boycott Jewish Businesses” Nazi leaders are protesting Jewish markets and keeping them in Business. They wanted Germans to buy from German shops only. Kristallnacht
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It was on November 9 th , 1938. The Nazis started to demolish all Jewish stores in Germany. The Nazis burned their homes down and kidnapped 30,000 Jews and placed them in Concentration Camps to torture and kill them. The night was known as Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) Off to the camps
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“Jews in Wurzburg, Germany, heading toward Concentration camps” After the boycotting of Jewish stores and business, destruction of their properties, burning down their homes, and kidnapping nearly 30,000 just to torture and kill, the Jews are sent to Concentration Camps.
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Executions While the time went by as they stayed in the camps, the Jews were being tortured, slaved, and killed. If they were not tortured, slaved, or killed, then they would be left to starve or dehydrate.
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