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Auschwitz Concentration Camp The word Holocaust means Sacrifice by fire and that is what many Jews homosexuals gypsies and others considered inhuman by Germans did at the Auschwitz concentration camp during holocaust On January 30 1933 a man by the name of Adolph Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany Like many others Hitler despised Jews because of false accusations that Jews were the devil and they killed Catholic children and drank their blood On September 15 1935 two laws were passed The first law stated that only individuals of German blood could live in Germany and the second law didnt allow marriage and sexual relationships to go on between Jews and the Germans These laws were expected to drive Jews out of the German country but when they didnt a different action was taken and that is when the horror of the holocaust began The autumn day of November 9 1938 Nazi mobs raided the Jewish ghettos and murdered more than 90 Jews demolished 76 Jewish churches and destroyed thousands of shops and businesses owned by Jews They then arrested 30000 Jews and sent them to concentration camps Bankier Microsoft Encyclopedia 1993-2002 There were two types of camps slave labor concentration camps and death camps Prisoners placed in the slave labor camps worked in harsh environments and were starved to death Gas chambers were used for gassing prisoners and crematoriums were used for burning the dead bodies at the camps librarythinkquestorg Auschwitz concentration camp located in Poland was the main camp used for both slave labor and extermination of prisoners Construction of Auschwitz began in October 1941 and was finished in March of 1942 The gas chambers and crematorium were constructed to kill and burn 20000 people in one day The
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