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The Nuremberg Laws
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Heading to the Concentration Camps
The Nuremberg Laws were laws created to discriminate against the Jewish community in Germany.
The Jews mostly arrived in trains to get to the Concentration Camps. They never sat because there were no seats and it took long to get there. They also didn't eat or drink any water but they only slept.
The Concentration Camps were camps that Jews were sent to work for their lives. They were sent to work in different areas. They were treated unfairly and wrong. In those camps they killed them in different ways so there wouldn't be any Jews lefts.
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