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    As saying that‚ they started just Hitler’s bodyguards‚ but then later became an organization. The head of this operation was Heinrich Himmler also‚ and the club included 250‚000 other members(the Schutzstaffel). One important member was a man named Rudolf Hoess‚ who was the commandant of Auschwitz himself. His main personal goal was that every person submitted to the camp be exterminated. When he was in control‚ he said that the Auschwitz could exterminate

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    Dr Mengele

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    The Angel of Death: Dr. Josef Mengele Dr. Josef Mengele: one of the most notorious doctors in history. He is one of the many names that come to mind when discussing the Holocaust. He performed vile‚ bizarre and inhumane experiments on prisoners within Auschwitz that had no genuine impact on the science community‚ other that being a personification of the words “unethical” and “malpractice.” Josef Mengele was born March 16‚ 1911 in Gunzburg‚ Germany. His parents were Karl and Walburga Mengele. He

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    individual perceptions of the events that occurred have changed over time. As stated by David Luck‚ “A holocaust history would be unreadable as well as untrue if not relieved by individual dramas that bring statistics to life‚ and to death.” 2 The “Schutzstaffel‚ commonly known as the SS‚ was a section of the assault division known as SA and was formed in April 1925 to perform as a ‘personal bodyguard’ for Adolf Hitler.” 3 They

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    The T-4 Program Essay

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    T-4 Program In October 1939 the T-4 program began. The T-4 Program‚ also known as "euthanasia" was one of the disastrous part of the Holocaust. This is where Hitler started killing billions of people over night like the mentally disabled and the jews and others secretly if they were seen as worthless like that was a waste of time and food and didn’t fit the imagine of his perfect productive society. It all started with Hitler and the group he found who called themselves Nazis they were a stronger

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    things‚ where they did these things‚ and perhaps how they did these things. The first of these officers was Heinrich Himmler. Himmler was the head of the Gestapo (German State Police) and the Waffen-SS (militarized units of SS‚ which stands for Schutzstaffel‚ a group of Hitler’s personal body guards)‚ and Minister of the Interior from 1943 to 1945. He was also the organizer of the mass murder of Jews in the Third Reich. Heinrich Himmler was born in Munich on October 7‚ 1900‚ the son of a religious

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    became the assistant of Dr. Otmar von Verschuer‚ a head scientist widely known for his research of twins (January 1937). Later that year‚ Mengele joined the Nazi party. The same year in which he attained his medical degree (1938)‚ he joined the SS (Schutzstaffel)‚ which is higher rank in the Nazi Regime. In April of 1943‚ he received a promotion to SS captain; this advancement shortly preceded Mengele’s transfer to Auschwitz‚ on May 30‚ 1943. Mengele firmly endorsed

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    Hitler and Stalin

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    Compare and contrast the methods used by Stalin and Hitler to keep opposition to their rule to a minimum To start off this comparison and contrast between the two great leaders‚ I would like to take in to account that both of them gained absolute power in the similar period of time. As we know Hitler was declared chancellor of Germany in January 1933‚ a few years back in 1929 Stalin emerged as the great leader and by the early 1930s he was unstoppable having no opposition that can stop his reign

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    Schindler's List Analysis

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    Schindler’s List Summary: Schindler’s List is the true story of an extraordinary man who outwitted the Nazis who saved hundreds of Jews from the gas chambers during World War II. In September 1939‚ the Polish Army was defeated by the German forces within 3 weeks. The Jews were commanded to register all their family members and relocate to the major cities. More than 10‚000 Jews used to arrive in Krakow daily from the countryside. The steam locomotives used to transport Jews from various parts of

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    reality for many. The Holocaust was the systemic genocide of over six million Jews during World War II. The unthinkable occurred all because of one man and his goal to create a super-race. That one man was Adolf Hitler. To Adolf Hitler and the Schutzstaffel or SS‚ the Holocaust was the "final solution" to the "Jewish problem"‚ thus establishing a pure German race. Much of the brutal killings and torturous acts took place in the concentration camps. Concentration camps were used to confine millions

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    history of Josef Mengele

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    Josef Mengele: “The Infamous Angel of Death of Auschwitz” Throughout history‚ numerous innocent people affected by genocides or attempted genocides were harassed‚ tortured‚ forced to work against their will‚ and were even murdered solely because they were discriminated against by their bullies and/or tormentors. Some of these victims had been deceived and ostracized as well. Take for instance‚ what approximately eleven million people experienced during the years of 1941 till 1945. Adolf Hitler

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