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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Concentration camps including Auschwitz and Buchenwald (shown above) are referred to as death camps in which over approximately 11 million people were killed during the Holocaust. 6 million of those individuals killed were Jewish. When WWII began, the Nazis ordered the yellow Star of David to be worn by all Jewish individuals in order to easily be identified. The Presence of Anti-Semitism during the Holocaust Adolf Hitler is a historic figure known for his extreme Anti-Semitic views, leading to his dominant role (leading) in the Holocaust. During 1944, as many as 12,000individuals of the Jewish population were killed each day. Dyana Angino During the Holocaust, millions of individuals of various ages and genders were forced to unfairly suffer for a great amount of time due to being Jewish (Anti-Semitism). While living within the concentration camps, Jewish individuals were forced to work and live in unsafe conditions including enduring abuse, starvation, long work hours, untreated sicknesses, and poor housing arrangements.These conditions, as well as the gas chambers (aimed at secretly killing only Jewish individuals) caused the deaths amoung the Jewish population. "Someone began to recite the Kaddish, the prayer for the dead. I do not know if it has ever happened before, in the long history of the Jews, that people have ever recited the prayer for the deadfor themselves" (Wiesel 31). "Human suffering anywhere concerns men and women everywhere" (Wiesel).
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