- Holocaust is the mass murder of of 6 million jewish people (men, women; adult and children) by Nazis in Germany, in Nazi concentration camp, during world war II.
- These millions of people were killed with poison gas, while millions of others were captured and put in the concentration camps.
- A concentration camp is like a prison. The large numbers of people imprisoned were turned to slaves. They were persecuted, and they made them do rigorous tasks.
- NAZI is a shortened name for “The National Socialist German Workers’ Party,” or Nazi Party. It was established in 1919. It was a political party that ruled Germany. It grew into a mass movement and ruled Germany through totalitarian means from 1933 to 1945 under the leadership of Adolf Hitler.
- Totalitarianism is a system of government in which the citizens are subject to an absolute state authority. A totalitarian leader is a dictator. According to Oxford dictionary, a dictator is a ruler with total power over a country; typically, one who has obtained control by force.
- Nazi party was led by Adolf Hitler. He was born in 1889 and died 1945. Adolf Hitler was the leader in Germany. He was a racist; he wanted a pure German race. He used propaganda to rise in power. He hated the Jewish people. He saw them as less human, and blamed them for Germany losing the World War I. He said they were dangerous to German people and society.
- Adolf Hitler made himself a dictator. He put his enemies in concentration camp. He was a genocider; he murdered about 18 million people. He tried to take over government in 1923, but he failed. He killed himself on April 30, 1945
Reference: Britanica blog, Oxford dictionary
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