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The Nuremberg Laws
Life in Concentration Camps
The Nuremberg Laws were laws that discriminated against the Jewish Community in Germany in 1935.
All Jews and Non-Aryans were sent to camps depending on their skills. The strong and healthy were sent to Concentration Camps to do labor while the weak were sent to Elimination Camps. They were given barely any food and were basically 'tortured' until they died.
Leaders taught children at a young age that Hitler is good and a great leader. Girls were prepared for womanhood while boys were trained for war. Hitler Youth became mandatory by 1939 for all Germans.
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