Malnutrition, physical labor, and the stress during the Holocaust caused many effects on the people. These effects lasted for many years after the war. Some of these effects were headaches, depression gastrointestinal issues, fatigue, and moodiness.
Chelmo, Burkanau, Aushwitz
the Nuremberg trials or alternatively the Nuremberg trials took place after the Holocaust. There were no famous trials that took place as part of the Holocaust. There were many trials of German servicemen during the Holocaust and there were many famous trials during the time period of the Holocaust, for example the conspirators of the July bomb plot.
well to "relocate" is to move some where else, and during the holocaust they had starvation camps and such so most likely they would be sent to a different camp
Adolf Hitler was the dictator ruling Germany. He created the holocaust to exterminate the European Jews and some other groups.
Roma's are referred to as Gypsies. During the Holocaust, it's to be said that around 300,000 Roma's were killed during the Holocaust. However, the figure is disputed by some and the death toll of Roma's is to be said to be between 250,000 and 500,000.
Every Jew was persecuted in some way during the Holocaust.
The Star of David is a symbol of Jewish persecution during the Holocaust.
typus and dysentery
Some people helped individuals during the Holocaust. Nobody tried to 'prevent the Holocaust' - even the Allies did not try to do that.
some did, some didn't.
some were in Germany, some were in Holland.
The majority of Holocaust victims were murdered - by gassing and by deliberate malnutrition. (They were forced to do hard labour on very little food). In some parts of Eastern Europe, the Nazis also conducted mass shootings. They were also killed by disease. There were some that went into hiding such as Anne Frank, and some were found. There are still Holocaust survivors today. Anne Frank and her sister Margot Frank were killed the same way their mom died. Disease. Otto Frank was the only Frank that survived the Holocaust.
Typhus and cholera.
It was some germans and some Jews that were not occupied.