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In 1934, Hitler became Germany's head state. He introduced anti-Semitic Laws that discriminated against Jewish people living in the areas he controlled.
In 1935, the Nazis announced new laws which institutionalized many of the racial theories prevalent in Nazi ideology.
OUT WITH THE JEWS!!!
The concentration camps also became sites for the mass murder of small targeted groups deemed dangerous for political or racial reasons by the Nazi authorities.
In 1938, SS authorities had begun to exploit the labor of concentration camp prisoners for economic profit.
From 1938, Jews in the camps were identified by a yellow star sewn onto their prison uniforms. After 1939, the prisoners were easily identified by a marking system combining a colored triangle with lettering.
The Nazis had some children killed and executed in the "killing center", but those who had survived... were used for forced labor.
To prosecute the leaders of the Holocaust,the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg was formed in 1946. Twelve leading Nazis were sentenced to death and their leader Hitler commited suicide a few days before.
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