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Tyler Lown3-4-11Mr. Larry Neuburger ENG Comp IIAnnotated BibliographyAustin, Ben S. "The Camps." The Holocaust Ring. Free Speech Online, 15 Jan. 1997. Web. 25Feb. 2011. <http://frank.mtsu.edu/~baustin/holocamp.html>.The Nazi extermination camps were devastating and disgusting places full of death and bodies.Each death camp was designed with a purpose of pure hate with specific torture methods laiddown. This site was made to show the incredulous number amount of people that were hurt or murdered in each site. Also, the site showed where the specific death camps were and where theconcentration camps were over Germany and Poland.I used this site to find the numbers and locations of the death camps.Brenner, Michael. "Displaced Persons After Holocaust." My Jewish Learning. My JewishLearning, 2001. Web. 25 Feb. 2011.<http://www.myjewishlearning.com/history/Modern_History/1914-1948/The_Holocaust/Aftermath/DP.shtml>.Jewish containment wasn¶t obtained to purely Nazi control. After the Nazi¶s grip was loosenedmoving and holding the Jews was as much of a challenge as defeating the Nazi¶s. Liberationwas the main factor in helping the Jewish nation move forward. Jewish people were scatteredacross the country and even stuck in the camps for time until a place was made available.This site was used to see the methods and provisions to move the Jewish people.Kushal, Michael. "Nazi Rise to Power." The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy. ThinkQuest, 1997.Web. 4 Mar. 2011. <http://library.thinkquest.org/12663/summary/nazi.html#>.The Nazi rise to power was a quick and effective process that took the German culture bystorm. Hitler was the power behind this new reich and created a power that reigned with terror and swiftness. From the concentration camps to the Blitzkrieg, the Nazi regime took Germanlivelihood.I used this site to discover how Hitler took to power in Germany and how he managed tocontinue his power and effectiveness over the country."Kristallnacht." The Holocaust Ring. Ed. Ben S. Austin. Free Speech Online, 1997. Web. 25Feb. 2011. <http://frank.mtsu.edu/~baustin/knacht.html>.
 
 Kristallnacht or crystal night was a night of reckoning that helped turned the tide in the nextstep towards the ³final solution´. All included was how and who was involved in Kristallnachtand the time table associated with the events that followed from this night for the Jews. Out of this night Hitler gained the recognition and support of followers to continue his mass genocide.I am using this site to associate Hitler¶s rise and the intense persecution of the Jews.Memorial Museum, United States Holocaust. "Concentration Camps." United States HolocaustMemorial Museum. Ed. Jon Bridgman. USHMM, 1995. Web. 4 Mar. 2011.<http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005263>.Concentration Camps and Death Camps were the main focus of the Holocaust because thesewere of course the places that held the Jewish population. During the war, Nazi SS interned theJewish people in these camps across Poland and Germany and performed illegal tests andtortures against these people including death in most cases. This site explains where thesecamps were and some of the jobs associated with each that actual Jewish people were expectedto complete including in the torture methods exhibited in each camp.This site helps exemplify the methods and torture of each camp that the Jewish people endured.Memorial Museum, Untied States Holocaust. "Liberation of Nazi Camps." United StatesHolocaust Memorial Museum. Ed. Robert H. Abzug and Jon Bridgman. USHMM, 1995.http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005263The camps were full of dying or dead Jewish people with scattered SS soldiers vigorouslytrying to eliminate their name with connection to the Holocaust. With millions of lost soulsscared and abandoned, the Allied forces were strung with another difficult task. Liberating theJews took time and money that the United Nations and other countries did not want to spend.Most countries refused to take on the ailing community.I used this site to learn of how the Allied forces handled liberating the Jewish people from thecamps."The Nuremberg Race Laws." The History Place. The History Place, 14 Sept. 2000. Web. 4Mar. 2011. <http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/timeline/nurem-laws.htm>.The race laws were laws put into effect by the Third Reich to enforce their control of Jews,handicaps, and other minorities. These laws helped regulate where Jews ate, drank, worked, andregulated where they did everything else along with handicaps and other minorities.I used this site to help construct my timeline with how the Jews were affected by Nazi regime.Rosenberg, Jennifer. "Holocaust Facts: What you need to know about the Holocaust."About.com. 20th Century History, 1997. Web. 4 Mar. 2011.<http://history1900s.about.com/od/holocaust/a/holocaustfacts.htm>.
 
 This site was a summary of facts from the Holocaust that includes Death Camps, concentrationcamps, liberation, and post liberation. Many facts have been tries to be distorted after light of the Holocaust came to the public eye following World War 2. Naturally, German people feltextreme guilt and embarrassment and began denying the horrid accusations and evidencediscovered during the liberation of Germany and neighboring countries from the Third Reich.I used this site for comparisons and new information on Holocaust numbers.Simkin, John. "Anti-Semitism." Spartacus Educational. Spartacus Educational, Sept. 1997.Web. 25 Feb. 2011. <http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/GERantisemitism.htm>.Anti-Semitism is explicitly cornered with Jews for it is resembled in its meaning. The views of Anti-Semitism in the Nazi regime were exemplified often throughout the countries in whichGermany occupied. As commander, Hitler exercised his hate across Germany bringingfollowers in to believe it was the Jewish people¶s fault for all the wrong and bad things that hadhappened to Germany in the past and in future events. This hate would pave the way for aperfect platform to exterminate the Jews with little to no resistance from the population.I used this site to show how anti-Semitism fueled Hitler to extreme measures of exterminationand brain washing of the German people.Vogelsang, Peter, and Brian B. Larsen. "Extermination Camps." Holocaust Education. TheDanish Center for Holocaust Genocide Studies, 2002. Web. 25 Feb. 2011.<http://www.holocaust-education.dk/lejre/udryddelseslejre.asp>.The Death Camps in particular at Auschwitz have become huge memorials to the Jewish peopleand serve as a permanent remembrance of what the SS did to the people as a whole and changedthe Jewish nation for eternity. The methods used at Auschwitz have redefined horror and givean eerie feeling of disgust and sickness to think actual human beings suffered and paid for thelives there for the simple thought of being only Jewish. Auschwitz is targeted in history as theworst camp for the gas chambers discovered, size of the camp, and amount of people that haddied there in a matter of minutes of simply arriving.I used this site to help determine specific numbers and differentiate between other camps for torture and death techniques."The Wannsee Conference." The History Place. The History Place, 4 July 1996. Web. 4 Mar.2011. <http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/holocaust/h-wannsee.htm >.The Wannsee Conference was the birthplace of the ³Final Solution´ for the Jewish populationin Germany and future countries that Germany would occupy. In this conference, mendetermined death was the only thing possible for the contained Jews in German controlledareas. Millions of Jews would see death shortly after this decision was made.This website was used to see the dialogue and the information that lead up to the decision of 

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