Auschwitz By: Tyson Bowman
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By: Tyson BowmanSlide2
What was Auschwitz?
Auschwitz concentration camp was a network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War II.Slide3
Who Am I?
My person is projected to live during the age of Nazi’s personnel. He was a guard in the facility of Auschwitz.
His Name is Anselm Schlesinger, he may work the hard, cruel job, but he is very empathetic toward toward people even if he doesn’t show it.Slide4
January 25, 1940
The SS decides to construct a concentration camp near Oswiecim (Auschwitz).
First Day I arrived
May 20, 1940
The first concentration camp prisoners—30 recidivist criminals from Sachsenhausen—arrive at Auschwitz concentration camp.
We were ordered to take all there belongings, I felt kind of bad about taking all their prized possessions but orders are orders.
Me and the rest of the guards ordered them to gather and hear a speech from Hitler himself.
We Striped them from their pride, family, and even clothesSlide6
December 31, 1942
German SS and police authorities deported approximately 175,000 Jews to Auschwitz in 1942.
Some of the new prisoners.
I feel so sorry that this family will eventually have to separate.Slide7
Members of the Jewish prisoner "special
detachment“ that was forced to remove bodies from the gas chambers and operate the crematoria stage an uprising. They successfully blow up Crematorium IV and kill several guards. Women prisoners had smuggled gunpowder out of nearby factories to members of the detachment. The SS quickly suppresses the revolt and kills all the members of the group.
What the chambers look like.
What’s left of the “special detachment” group.Slide8
January 27, 1945
Soviet troops enter the Auschwitz camp complex and liberate approximately 7,000 prisoners remaining in the camp. During the existence of Auschwitz, the SS camp authorities killed nearly one million Jews from across Europe. Other victims included approximately 74,000 Poles, approximately 21,000 Roma (Gypsies), and approximately 15,000 Soviet prisoners of war.
Look at there faces, they final get freedom again, they deserved it, I sorry for all the cruelty I caused.Slide9