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Life in Concentration Camps
Hitler Youth was thought to be important because it would continue the Ideas of the NAZIS. There were 4 million Hitler Youth members by 1936.Boys would prepare for war while girls would prepare for womanhood. Athletics and discipline was important.
The Nuremberg Laws were a set of antisemitic(against jewish religion) laws that discriminated against the Jewish population. They were introduced in 1935, and they had 7 sections. These laws took away their German citizenship
Life in Concentration camps are beyond what words can describe. Hitler concocted a vile plan called "The Final Solution". Which basically means to get rid of any Jews there were. Jewish people, including kids, woman, and men, were put in these camps to "Work", but what lay ahead of them was much more than that.
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