1. Let's rephrase the Question. The Holocaust was an event, not a place. 2. Behind the whole scheme was the Nazi's, or sometimes refered to as the German Workers' Party. 3. Their Leader was Adolf Hitler 4. In case your refering to the concentration camps, eg. Auschwitz; Many German soldiers, and Lots of Jewish people who were tricked into going there, forced away from family and given little to eat, and at times just gased to death. They all wore striped "pygamas" and also wore a armband with the star of david written on it.
People killed in the Holocaust included Jehovah's Witness, Gypsies, German citizens in the Underground Army, priests, Nonconformists, homosexuals, Muslims, Communists, Socialists, freemasons, prisoners of war, Slavs, asians, french, africans, criminals, disabled, mulattos, couples of interracial marriage, Poles, and a few more groups.
Approximately thirteen million people were killed in the Holocaust. Approximately six million of them were Jewish, and the others were targeted by the Nazis because they were Roma, political dissidents, or homosexuals.
A lot of different people died. Basically, everyone that wasn't Protestant, German and white were killed unmercifully. Most of them were Jews.
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Homosexuals, Gypsies, Mental patients, cripples, --- Please also see related question.
6 million Jews through concentration camps.probably kill them. In concentration camps, they would work to death (or near death) and/or then be gassed
They were mainly Jewish people, gypsies, lesbian/gay people, black people, or any undesirables that didn't fit Hitler's "perfect race" that were executed during the holocaust. If you go to your local library there will probably be a lot of books and information regarding this topic.
I am guessing here. I believe they are theme essays written for people to learn about the atrocities of the Holocaust or it is the 50th Anniversary of the Holocaust. I have provided some links for you to see. They may help you.
6 million Jewish people roughly and roughly 4 million other people were killed in the Holocaust. The term "Holocaust" means 'Death by fire', which was a method of killing some of the Death Camps used against its prisoners.
Not very many people survived. Nobody knows the exact number but about, 1 in 10 survived which is an estimated.___Less then 1% of the people survived the Holocaust.___One of the problems is that there is no agreed definition of Holocaust survivor. However, please see the related question, which gives a figure of about 200,000.Approximately 3,546,211 people survived the holocaust if one is referring to the number of Jews. The actual number of people cannot be accounted for in that case.
The holocaust was an atrocity that consisted of the murder of innocent citizens of many countries for various reasons. These reasons consisted of religious, moral and other beliefs. Failing to support and being considered as an enemy of the ruling party of Germany, the Nazi party, during the years 1939-1945. It is claimed that millions of people where killed during this period, exact actual figures are not known.
People that were killed during the Holocaust in addition to the millions of Jews were the Freemasons, Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, and people with disabilities. Also killed were Gypsies, Poles, Soviet POWs, and slaves in Eastern Europe.
no but the German people killed all the Jews there or worked them to death
yes they was more killed in the holocaust
none, the gypsies suffered thier own genocide at the same time though.
It has been estimated that about 13.5 Million people were murdered during the Holocaust. 6.6 Million being Jews, 3 Million being Soviet POW's, 1.9 Million being Non-Jewish Poles. Other kinds of people such as the Mentally and Physically Disables along with Criminals, Black People and Romas were also killed the Nazi Genocide which is known as the Holocaust.
There were many other groups that had people killed by Hitler and the Nazis, but the Holocaust was the specific actions against the Jews, therefore there were no other groups killed in the Holocaust. The only other group which suffered similar persecution to the Jews was the gypsies.
Over 6 million Jews and other peoples were killed and I think that would negatively affect anyone. This does not even include all the friends and family of the people killed that were negatively affected by the holocaust.
6 million Jews killed 7 million other undesirables killed in camps 25 million soldiers and civilians killed in war
People with disabilities, homosexuals, people of certain religions, foreigners. Probably more. Lol. your funny! n ... who were killed by the camps or who killed the Jews in the camps? :?
The Holocaust was the systematic mass murder of Jews and other 'inferiors' during World War II. Jews were rounded up, transported to camps, and worked to death or killed.
During this time of the twentieth century, about nine-million Jews were living Europe. When the Holocaust began, deportations of Jews began. In the end, approximately six-million of the nine-million Jews died at the hands of Nazis. In other words, two out of every three Jews were killed by the Nazis by the end of the Holocaust.
11 million people were killed during the Holocaust (1.1 million children).6 million of those victims were Jewish. Other groups targeted by the Nazis were Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, disabled people, and Gypsies. 11.