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21901 My Reaction To The Holocaust Museum The visit to the Holocaust Museum is an experience that will stay with me for a lifetime It is so hard to believe all the suffering and death that the Jewish people had to experience Visiting the museum made it believable to me The visit helped me to understand the Holocaust experience and me made feel many emotions One of the many things that appalled me was the way the Jewish prisoners were used for experiments I learned about the salt that was pumped into their bodies to observe how much they could stand before dying The video talked also about depriving prisoners of oxygen to see how long they could survive Slow steady torture and death were hard to believe One of the things that shocked me was the video describing the gas chambers It talked of how people were fooled into thinking they were going to get showered They quickly stripped off all their clothes and stood under shower faucets that sprayed gas at them killing them all A vision I will never forget was the pile of shoes that were left of the people killed including so many infants They had stepped into their chamber of death The video described the crematoriums and the dark cloud of smoke over them It described the smell of burnt flesh and the horrible loss of your family in such a violent way Something that surprised me was the way many of the Jews were able to survive The video explained how people were selected to live or die The stronger healthier people were chosen to work as slave labor The people chosen to live were treated as prisoners Their belongings were taken and their heads were shaved I will never forget the picture of the pile of hair 15000 pounds to make slippers and stuff mattresses
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