Ben Zacharais When you think of the holocaust, what do you think about? Is it the millions of Jews lives that were taken? Or is it a great, but wicked speaker named Adolph Hitler? Adolph Hitler, Auschwitz, and American involvement are some key roles in the holocaust. Adolph Hitler is probably one of the worst people ever to live. When people talk of evil deeds he is at the top of the list.
He was a man of words, and could use them to his advantage. He had an ability to talk and make the Germans believe that the Jews were the reason for the problems in their country; so he gave them the idea to move them out. Then under his command they forced the Jews in to death camps. After Adolph Hitler convinced the Germans that the Jews were the center of all problems, he started to make camps to place all the Jews. These camps weren't nice places to be. They were all used to kill millions of Jews.
Auschwitz was the most feared of all. Over 2 million Jews were killed there in ways that aren't humane, such as shooting them, or gassing them in a chamber, or even burning them alive. This camp even bought little farms and houses for places to kill. They had the ever so famous Little Red house and the Little White house.
These were places that they took Jews to kill them. How does America get involved in this? They started to ban Jews in America. Nazism started up here in the land of the free. This made it harder for them to come to America and get out of harms way in Germany. They were leaving one country to come to another that feared the Jews taking jobs away, and believed they had to take action as did the Germans.
Organizations tried to help bring people in to the country, and the government was making it almost imposable to get in. I hope this gives you a little bit more of a prospective on the holocaust. This gives you more to the story than what everyone thinks normally. Adolph Hitler, Auschwitz, and Americas involvement are all big factors in the holocaust.
The Germans wanted them out, and the Americans didn't want them in their country either. How sad is that when America is supposed to be the "Land of the Free?".