Woman in the Holocaust

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History

 

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Juan R

 

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January 5, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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It also shows how the Jewish people thought about the Germans and how they expected that the Nazis would treat women differently than men; which later lead to why women took on such great responsibilities and risked so much. Part two, titled “Life in the Ghettos” obviously looks at several different ghettos (mainly the Lodz Ghetto or the Warsaw Ghetto), the starvation, the Gestapo and the German rough treatment, and the deaths of many...
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The most moving contribution of the second part was a first hand account by Lisa Chapnik, who lived through the German capture of her hometown. She then became an underground leader of a large anti-fascist movement. The second part really shows us how the families reacted to the Nazis, their fears, their helplessness, and the lying that had to be practiced...
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