They didn't, but it is said that they used their skin to make other pieces of furniture, such as couches and rugs.
No. At the time of the early postwar trials of concentration camp guards some journalists said that a few of the guards had had lampshades made out of the skin of prisoners with erotic tattoos. The strange thing is that these allegations were made only about female guards - the implication being that they were demonically perverted. All this was entertaining stuff for some readers.
It seems to be a popular urban legend.
the Germans invaded cause they wanted to rule the world and make evryone German
he told them that he would make Germany great again and and destroy Jews and make more space for his perfect people.
They were deliberately starved to death and worked to death the same treatment was meted out to human beings by the Germans, the Japanese And the Russian's. People were starvd in the concentration camps. Hitler wanted to make their lives as miserable as possible so he would give them very little food and water and would make them work all day. Add that with the sleep deprivation and the prisoners were very prone to illness and eventually death.
The Appellplatz was a central area or square used for roll-call. (Appell - roll-call). Sometimes prisoners had to watch whippings and hangings there, too. At many concentration camps, roll-call (twice a day) was deliberately spun out and used to make the prisoners' lives a misery. Often it lasted 2 hours plus and the prisoners had to stand to attention throughout, but the SS guards walked around. On 11 (?) December 1938 at Buchenwald the numbers didn't tally at evening roll-call and the prisoners were recounted twice in freezing weather. At the end of it some of the prisoners were dead!
Yes, this is true. Jews were legally classified as animals rather than human beings, in Nazi Germany, and their dead bodies were commercially exploited; skin for lamp shades, fat for the manufacture of soap, and most valuable of all, teeth, to recover gold from fillings or crowns. No need to let Jewish bodies go to waste.
They do not make window shades for cars.
The main way they took away their identities was by giving them all numbers and all the prisoners were referred to by their numbers and no longer by their names. --------------------------- no, they weren't, or rather it was far from universal.
Yes, Germans make omelets
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A great conversation piece is a one of a kind furnishing, here is a good place to look for making your own custom lamp shade. http://www.walyou.com/blog/2009/02/14/how-to-make-a-lampshade-origami-diy/
There are currently no heated window shades available.
The first concentration camp was Dachau, it was opened on march 22nd 1933. The first prisoners were communists, because they were blamed for the Reichstag fire, that Hitler and the Nazis had planned to make it seem as if it were the communists fault, and Hitler "saved" the Germans from their actions and he "stopped" the fire. So they were sent to dachu, political prisoners
go to the store buy a lamp, put in you house and there you are!
In August 2, 1943, a revolt took place. The camp was in bad condition, so the Germans shot the remaining prisoners and lupins (a type of flower) were planted to make it look neat.
Window shades affect the mood based on color of the shades. For example, blue would make the mood sad and red could make the mood mad. And green could make the mood peaceful.
First, lamp shades diffuse the light. Instead of looking at a bright bare lightbulb, you look at a much larger glowing shade that that bulb illuminates. The shade cuts out some of the light, but the light that you're left with is far more pleasant to look at.A lamp without a shade casts sharp-edged shadows. If your lamp has a shade, the shadows it casts tend to be soft edged. Again, this makes things look better.Second, in the old days when lamps that used open flames, a lamp shade would cut down on drafts that could make the flame flicker or even blow it out. A glass "lamp chimney" worked even better, but those were expensive compared to a paper and wire shade.