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During the time of World War II millions of innocent Jews and other minorities where attacked and murdered using both savage and brutal methods Nazis did not just attack the Jews physically but through acts of negative psychology that by the end of the war destroyed not only their bodies but their minds The psychological attacks on the Jews by the Nazis during the World War II era relates to Elie Wiesels memoir Night through dehumanization desensitization and survival of the fittestThe use of dehumanization by Nazis turned the once peaceful and empathetic Jews into savage ruthless and apathetic animals Before the Nazis began sending people to concentration camps they made them sew the Star of David onto their clothing The star announced that the person wearing this yellow star is of Jewish faith While this may seem like a small act it destroyed a sacred religious symbol for the Jews Once the stars started to be used to classify and label enemies of the state it turned the star into a symbol of shame and abuse This destroyed a symbol of pride that had been sacred to the Jews for thousands of years Once the Nazis began to send the Jews and other minorities to concentration camps they did it in one of the most savage ways they could The Nazis crammed dozens of Jews into cattle cars which had been so tightly packed they did not have the room to do anything but to stand for days straight The voyage from ghetto to concentration camp took days but the entire trek the Jews received no food or water This resulted in many deaths from the harsh condition and lack of anything to eat or drink The restriction of the Jews in the cars made them act and feel more like animals than human When the Jews arrived at the camp they were stripped of their belongings and like cattle received there brand but
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