A Holocaust Trilogy

 
9781511972918: A Holocaust Trilogy

In Nazi Germany, in 1933 under Adolf Hitler’s rule, persecution of the German Jews became active Nazi policy, but at first laws were not as rigorously obeyed or as devastating as in later years in other countries. On April 1, 1933, Jewish doctors, shops, lawyers and stores were boycotted. Only six days later, the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service was passed, banning Jews from being employed in government. This law meant that Jews were now indirectly and directly dissuaded or banned from privileged and upper-level positions reserved for ‘Aryan’ Germans. From then on, Jews were forced to work at more menial positions, beneath non-Jews. The Nazi persecution of the Jews culminated in the Holocaust, in which approximately 6 million European Jews were deported and murdered during World War II. On May 19, 1943, Germany was declared judenrein - clean of Jews; also judenfrei: free of Jews. It is believed that between 170,000 and 200,000 German Jews had been killed. The following part-fictional three stories tell of the process by which innocent men, women, children and babies too, were persecuted, robbed, beaten and deported in cattle trains without food, water or sanitation. The trucks were initially intended for thirty occupants but were, due to the high influx of deportees, in almost all cases, filled to capacity with standing room only, with approximately one hundred. Freezing cold in the winter and stifling hot in the summer, the death rate was high. After arriving at their destination the occupants were separated by gender and then by age. Those who arrived at a work camp were better treated than those sent to an extermination camp, but even the majority of these met their death either in the gas chamber or by starvation. “In Germany today it is a criminal act to deny the Holocaust or that six million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust (§130 StGB); violations can be punished with up to five years imprisonment.”

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