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WW II was one of the worst wars ever known to mankind The Jewish people were rounded up and murdered like cattle Hitler and his men started many brutal concentration camps At Ravensbruck Jewish people would either work them selves to death or be killed by either gas chambers or a shot to the back of the neck By the end of the war though they were tying couples up and then shot one of them while they stood on a bridge then the other one would drown They did this to conserve ammo Many Jews would try and hide some were not caught but a lot more were found then not After being caught some would go to camps or be murdered There was only one major nazi camp that was made for women and children it was called Ravensbruck Also here women SS supervisors would train It was situated on a small lake opposite the city of Furstenberg 56 miles north of Berlin Opened in 1939 Ravensbruck held more than 30000 women and children and 20000 men by the end of world war two The camp was the site of medical experiments and of thousands of executions both by shots to the back of the neck and by gas chambers Since most of the prisoners had be evacuated in late march the soviet army found around 3500 desperately ill women when they liberated the camp on the night of April 29-30 1945 Currently the camp is under going extensive reconstruction as the memorial there expands Many Jewish women men and children died during this awful act of genocide known as the holocaust Many men and women of the allied forces also lost their lives in the attempt to save these defenseless victims of cruelty There arent very many survivors left of the holocaust So we should treat each and everyone of them with respect and kindness and hope that we never have
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