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BC: The End

FC: Aftermath By: Bree, Drea, Kyle, Kenny

1: What were some of the actions taken and initiatives established to help save victims of the holocaust? Many initiatives were made to help holocaust victims. The Danish people had a lot to do with many of the Jews that were never taken to the the camps. These people were responsible for helping Victims find places to hide, such as churches, hospitals, and many helped hide the Jews in their homes. Danish fishermen were responsible for getting the Jews from one side of the water to the other side.("Rescue of Danish Jews")

2: Who pioneered attempts to save the Jews? Late in the war the USA attempts to rescue Jews from the holocaust. "Helsingor Swing Club helped hundreds of Jews escape across a narrow strait to the Swedish Coast." Also to help them to find the people they had lost in the camps ("Rescue of danish Jews")

4: any holocaust survivors were not considered survivors because they were so weak they could not digest food and died anyways.While this was happening to many others didn't feel good about surviving because all they could do was think of the ones who didn't survive. | who first freed the camps and when? Soviet soldiers were the first to free the concentration camps in July 23, 1944 more were freed at later dates.

5: By the overwhelming feeling they experienced some of the survivors just couldn't believe it was them. all they could do was question if it was real. (Liberation)

6: What happen to holocaust survivors? For survivors returning to life as it had been before the holocaust was impossible. Returning home was also dangerous. | SURVIVORS many survivors ended up in displaced persons DP camps set up in western Europe under allied military occupation at the sites of former concentration camps. ("The Survivors")

7: 150 Jews returned to the city, were people living there feared that hundreds more would come back to reclaim their houses and belongings that they had left behind before they went to DP camps.

9: Raoul Wallenburg: This man was in the army in 1913. Was born on April,28,1908,in zwittau austria hungaryg,married Emile Schindle at 19. In palestine is where he 1st meet jews that have got out Hitler's germany He got put into jail into jail because thought he was a spy. (jewish

10: What were the reactions of the soldiers involved in the liberation? Many of the soldiers were shocked, because of all the bodies.

12: What did they see? They saw dead bodies piled up on top of each other. All the survivors were skeletons. found hundreds of sick prisoners. Some survivors were to weak and died after they were rescued

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