away so they could no longer suffer and endure a better life. In The Warsaw Diary of Chaim Kaplan, he explains his experience during his time at the concentration camps in Warsaw. As Jewish Warsaw got worse and Jews had become a fully separated as a race, Germans had full intentions of pursuing every assault they possed on the Jews whether it had been stealing or beating them so they could suffer in any way possible. Life in the ghetto also became a scene of panhandeling since Jews were now charged extra on goods like potatoes or butter. Others found connections of smugglers who would bring food, even guards and Nazis were apart of the smuggling, as it became a main task within the ghettos. Therefore, those who were wealthy were most likely survive than those who were poor. Though rumors gave Jews hope, Germans were successful in portraying a stable way of life in the ghettos by filming scenes that of happiness and kinder. Where, instead, gas chambers were secretly being built. Other ways in which Jews could survive was through becoming apart of the ghetto police
or supplying any sort of job that would benefit the ghetto. Others, who were mistaken for being German were able to escape. Eventually, this way of life became normal to the people which surprised the Germans. Edwin Landaus response was unique because he had faith in the legal system and believed that other parties would keep Hitler in check. Though he had served Germany once
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