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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 "Did they deserve any better, these people? How many had actively persecuted others, high on the scent of Hitler's gaze, repeating his sentences, his paragraphs, his opus? Was Rosa Hubermann responsible? The hider of a Jew? Or Hans? Did they all deserve to die? The children?"(Zusac, 375) WWII Allied air raids were particularly devastating to civilians and cities. was detrimental to the average German citizen. Despite popular opinion On Friday, a statement arrived to say that Hans Hubermann was to be drafted into the German army.A member of the party would be happy to play a role in the war effort, it concluded. If he wasnt, there would certainly be consequences. (Zusak, 281) 11 million ethnic Germans forced out of their homes during and after WWII. 14% of the population homeless. 570,000-800,000 the number of Germancivilians killed byallied air raids. 120 cities turned to virtual rubble. Kassel Darmstadt Pforzheim Berlin Dresden Hamburg = 5,000 civilian casualties Most DevstatingAllied Air Raids German citizens had to live in constant fear that they couldbe the next victims of Hitler's genocide.If you were suspected of asisting hiding Jews, you would be shot in the streets. 70,000 80,000 the number of handicapped Germancivilians killed byNazi Genocidal policies. the number of Germancivilians (political, religious, resistance) killed by Nazi Genocidal policies. are those who, at great personal risk, actively helped members of persecuted groups, primarily Jews, during the Holocaust in defiance of Third Reich policy. They were ordinary people who became extraordinary people because they acted in accordance with their own belief systems while living in an immoral society. Thousands survived the Holocaust because of the daring of these rescuers. Although in total their number is statistically small, rescuers were all colossal people." "Rescuers "Public hangings, deportation to concentration camps, and on-the-spot shootings were very real consequences of helping enemies of the Third Reich." 860,000 Jews rescued by Pope Pius XII 6,394 Poles recognizedfor saving Jews during the war 542,885 total number of Jews to flee Germany and surrounding countries in 1933-1939
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