My Museum about the Holocaust

The location of my museum is going to be in Jerusalem, Israel Visitors should visit my museum because my museum will have lots of good information and it will have the best information about the holocaust.The Holocaust took place in the broader context of World War II. On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland. Over the next year, Nazi Germany and its allies conquered much of Europe. German officials confiscated Jewish property, in many places required Jews to wear identifying armbands, and established ghettos and forced labor camps. In June 1941, Germany turned on its ally, the Soviet Union.

Elie Wiesel was a Romanian born American writer, professor, political activist, Nobel laureate, and Holocaust survivor. He authored 57 books, written mostly in French and English, including Night, a work based on his experiences as a Jewish prisoner in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps.

One of Wiesel’s main objectives in writing Night is to remind his audience that the Holocaust occurred, in hopes that it will never repeat itself. Wiesel has maintained his vigilance against hatred and inhumanity through the Elie Wiesel foundation for humanity.

Night was written by Elie Wiesel, a survivor of the Holocaust who was sent to Auschwitz with his family. Like many of the prisoners in Auschwitz, they were imprisoned solely because they were Jewish. His mother and sister died in Auschwitz, and his father died after they were sent to Buchenwald. Wiesel was saved when Buchenwald was liberated by the United States Army.Ellie and his family live in a small town in Hungarian Transylvania. Here Ellie finds his interest in becoming a devout Jew. He learns Judaism from Moshe the Beadle, who is an expert in this area.

Now I’m going to be talking about how Hitler used eugenics.The next exhibit will be Eugenics is a movement that is aimed at improving the genetic composition of the human race.Galton’s eugenics was a program to artificially produce a better human race through regulating marriage and thus procreation. You should visit my museum because you will learn that all people belong with each other no matter what color you are or what race. Adolf Hitler read about racial hygiene during his imprisonment in Landsberg Prison.Hitler believed the nation had become weak, corrupted by dysgenics, the infusion of degenerate elements into its bloodstream.The racialism and idea of competition, termed social Darwinism in 1944, were discussed by European scientists and also in the Vienna press during the 1920s. Where Hitler picked up the ideas is uncertain.

The theory of evolution had been generally accepted in Germany at the time, but this sort of extremism was rare.He endorsed what he perceived to be an early eugenics treatment of deformed children the exposure of the sick, weak, deformed children, in short, their destruction, was more decent and in truth a thousand times more humane than the wretched insanity of our day which preserves the most pathological subject, and indeed at any price, and yet takes the life of a hundred thousand healthy children in consequence of birth control or through abortions, in order subsequently to breed a race of degenerates burdened with illnesses.

The first method used involved transporting patients by buses in which the engine exhaust gases were passed into the interior of the buses, and so killed the passengers. Gas chambers were developed later and used pure carbon monoxide gas to kill the patients.During the Nazi era, the Clinic was strongly associated with theories of eugenics and racial hygiene advocated by its leading theorists Fritz Lenz and Eugen Fischer, and by its director Otmar von Verschuer. Under Fischer, the sterilization of so called Rhineland Bastards was undertaken.

Now I’m going to talk about how active they were. The Gas vans with carbon monoxide exhaust piped into the passenger compartment were used by killing squads in the east and at the Chelmno killing center.The six killing facilities in the Euthanasia Program used gas chambers, disguised as shower facilities,to kill patients with pure chemically manufactured carbon monoxide gas.

The overall conditions of camp life ensured that many people fell sick from the very first months, and their numbers rose steadily over time. The Physicality of the prisoners resulted in numerous broken limbs and suppurating sores on the buttocks, usually after flogging.The dreadful sanitation conditions caused skin diseases, and above all scabies. German extermination camp located in the Polish village of Chelmno, 47 miles west of Lodz. Chelmno was the first Nazi camp where gassing was used to exterminate Jews on a large-scale basis, and the first place outside the Soviet Union where Jews were slaughtered en mass as part of the final solution. It was created to serve as the extermination center for the Jews in the Lodz ghetto as well as those from the entire Warthegau region. In all some 320,000 people were murdered at Chelmno.

Now I’m going to be talking about why you should come. Visitors should visit my museum because my museum will have lots of good information and it will have the best information about the holocaust. After the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Ghetto was completely destroyed. My museum is way better then

Yad Vashem museum.Of the more than 56,000 Jews captured, about 7,000 were shot, and the remainder were deported to killing centers or concentration camps. This is a view of the remains of the ghetto, which the German SS dynamited to the ground. The Warsaw Ghetto only existed for a few years, and in that time, some 300,000 Polish Jews lost their lives there.

My museum will have all the survivors on the wall and a dialogue of their story. My museum will have some of the survivors to tell their story.He said the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps over 60 years ago revealed one of the most evil crimes against humanity and paid tribute to those who survived and bravely carried on with their lives, and in doing so inspired others.