The Final Solution Project


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  • The "Final Solution"
  • The Wannsee Conference & The Final Solution
  • Welcome To Wannsee Conference
  • Code Name
  • The Final Solution
  • Kill All Jews
  • Mobile Killing Squads
  • Take Every Jew! They must pay for the war we lost because of them.
  • BY: Averie, Hailey, Paola, & Sydney
  • Deportation
  • Get up you worthless Jew!
  • We are going to die
  • Hurry! Move! You are going to a concentration camp!
  • An important meeting was held with fifteen high-ranking Nazi party and German government leaders. They wanted to discuss the purpose of the final solution for the jewish question in Europe. The Final Solution is the Nazis code name for the plan to kill all of the European Jews. This was not the beginning of the slaughtering of Jews, as mobile killing squads have already done so.
  • Auschwitz
  • Come on everyone! Hurry up!
  • * Mobile Killing Squads were responsible for not only the imprisonment, but also the killing of thousands of Jews. They would come to different cities, locking Jews in vans with no food or water for multiple days and shooting them after days of torture. * Jews were rarely helped to escape by Germans from those towns for they feared they would also be killed or kidnapped. *Soldiers drank to forget the brutality of what they were doing, and they used other words instead of murder or killing when talking about what they did.
  • The End
  • •Nazis gathered Jews in nearby ghettos and took them to six different extermination camps where they were killed using a gassing method to poison the Jews because they thought it was more clean than shooting. •Jews and Roma were deported to to other countries ruled by Germany •The German Ministry successes in making governments to help Germans deport the Jews.
  • Where are we going?
  • •Auschwitz was made up of three large numbered concentration, extermination, and forced labor camps. •Inside of Auschwitz, the prisoners had to deal with harsh conditions. Prisoners were forced to eat rotten food and had to work painfully long labors. •After a brutal death march, killing of 60,000, the Soviet Army freed the prisoners.
  • Okay sir!
  • The Holocaust eventually ended in the year of 1945. Over 6 millions Jews were killed.
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