Towards the end of the holocaust hitler thought he

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Unformatted text preview: s most common tac*c of extermina*on was Concentra*on Camps. These were slave labor incarcerated areas where most would toil un*l they reached a painful death from exhaus*on or the widespread disease that took place in these confinements. They were very similar to, and oFen considered, prisons. Hitler wasn’t the only leader behind this hatred scheme. One of Hitler’s most sinister henchmen, Heinrich Himmler, essen*ally laid the plans and devised the schemes that led to the killings of six million Jews. Towards the end of the holocaust, Hitler thought he had the final solu*on when Germany had conquered Poland in 1939 and invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. At this point he ordered the murder of the en*re popula*on of Jews and Roma people (Gypsies). By the spring of 1943 the special units had killed over one million Jews and 10,000 Soviets and Roma ci*zens. The murder...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2013 for the course HST 150 taught by Professor Fisher during the Fall '11 term at Michigan State University.

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