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World War 2 was without a doubt one of the biggest wars the world has ever seen But many people say that World War 2 had a clear purpose The smashing of Nazism and Fascism and the results of their resistance The war lasted six years started with the German invasion of Poland and ended with Americans dropping the two bombs one in Hiroshima and one in Nagasaki The consequences of the World War 2 were many in term of material and human loss First of all this war had as a major consequence the death of millions of people Adolf Hitler the leader of Germany had been blamed for the death of millions of people and also for his heat against Jewish people Hitler has been characterized as the bigger murder that the world had ever seen in the last century The Holocaust has been written in global history During the World War 2 Germany developed concentration camps based on race The Nazis with the idea of a final solution for the Jewish Problem decided to kill all Jewish people through mass exterminations putting them in underground chambers which were like showers and gassed them After their death the bodies were taken to crematoria above of these chambers to be burned With these chambers Germans and basically Nazis had the ability to kill over 7000 people per day The six major extermination camps in Poland under Nazi rule were Sobibor Treblinka Auschwitz Chelmno Belzec and Majdanek It is to be found that around 5-6 million Jewish included with homosexuals and Gypsies were killed I should also mention the 15 million children killed between the years of 1933-1945 with euthanasia program On the other hand we have the material losses Millions of people had lost their money their homes
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