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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 15,000 thousand 6 Million 200,000 thousand 10% 1.5 million TheConcentrationCamps When? Jews Gypsies Homosexuals Handicapped Groups of people killed during the event. The largest ghetto was in Warsaw,with its highest population reaching 445,000in March 1941. The Nuremberg Laws, issued on September 15, 1935,began to exclude Jews from public life. The Nuremberg Law included a law that stripped German Jews of their citizenshipand a law that prohibited marriagesand extramarital sex between Jews and Germans. Held for the purpose of bringing Naziwar criminals to justice,the Nuremberg trialswere a series of 13 trials carried out in Nuremberg, Germany,between 1945 and 1949.The defendants, who included Nazi Party officials,and high-ranking military officers alon with German industrialists, lawyers and doctors Kristallnacht "The Night of Broken Glass"2 nights- more than 90 Jews killed.Temples, synagogues, Jewish business, and Jewish cemeteries were set on fire or destroyed. There were different kinds of camps-Ghettos, Concentration camps,forced labor camps, extermination camps Who? When people were sent to camps,they were usually transported in cattle wagons.They didn't get food, water, or bathrooms.Most prisoners became gravely ill or were exposedto deadly diseases in transit as a result. Imprisoned Jews were identified by a yellow star on their uniforms. Homosexuals had to wear pink inverted triangles Holocaust killings were notonly perpetrated by Germans.Local populations in occupiedSoviet territories, Latvia,Lithuania and Romania were alsoinvolved in the genocide.
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