Lest We Forget - The Children of the Holocaust

last modified Jan 28, 2019 by Kathy Pinna
posted Jan 26, 2018 by Kathy Pinna
Social policy matters. When Hitler became the duly chosen Chancellor of Germany in 1933, his social policy: Reduce unemployment, create jobs, and create an economically self-sufficient Germany. In pursuit of these goals, he banned labor unions and strikes, required a return to his preferred religion (Germanic paganism), and created public works programs so that all Germans would be employed. Two years later, laws banning marriage or sexual relations between Jews and non-Jews were enacted (later expanded to include "Gypsies, Negroes, or their bastard offspring"). And one year after that, the Four-Year Economic Plan's aim was to gain independence from foreign trade. Within five years the Holocaust was in motion. Millions of people - Jews, Slavs, Romani, Russians, mentally and physically disabled people, Jehovah's Witnesses, and more - were killed. And plans were in place to starve millions of "racially inferior" Europeans (controlled territories such as Russia, Slavic nations, etc) by seizing their food supplies and giving them to Germans.

These are some of the faces of the children who were Holocaust victims - heartbreaking. Who knows what talent was lost, what they would have become, and what they would have added to our lives.

Czech Republic

Murdered at Auschwitz Death Camp on August 29, 1944, age 5.

Latvia

Killed in a mass grave at Riga, Latvia on October 25, 1941 at ages 4 & 3.

Belguim

Murdered at Auschwitz Death Camp on September 14, 1942 at age 5.

Germany

He had microcephaly and was killed by an overdose of morphine.

Belgium

Deported to Auschwitz Death Camp then murdered on August 17, 1942 at age 5.

Belgium

Murdered at Auschwitz Death Camp on September 1942 at age 4.

Germany

Had seizures and difficulty speaking. Died of starvation on May 16, 1945 at age 9.

Belgium

Deported to Auschwitz then murdered 5 years later on December 10th at age 7.

Germany

Murdered on November 20, 1941 at age 3 years.

Belgium

Born 1936, killed 1944 Auschwitz

Germany

Deported to Auschwitz Death Camp then murdered 4 years later at age 5 years.

Romania

Murdered at Bershad camp in Ukraine in 1943 at age 4.

Germany

Transferred to the "Heil- und Pflegeanstalt Eichberg" & was killed by a medical experiment on October 6, 1943 at age 4. (He had difficulty speaking and hearing and couldn't walk.)

Deported at 6 mos

Romania

Murdered at Odessa, Ukraine in 1941 at age 5.

Italy

Deported to Auschwitz Death Camp on October 18, 1943 with his mother and sister Mara (3) and brother Mario (2) then murdered 5 days later at age 5.

France

Born 1933, killed 1942 Auschwitz

Germany

Murdered at Auschwitz Death Camp on October 31, 1944 at age 7.

France

Born 1939, killed 1943 Auschwitz

Romania

Murdered at Auschwitz Death camp in 1944 at age 1 year.

Germany

Diagnosed with a debility, murdered in the gas chamber on November 1, 1943 at age 5.

Netherlands

Born 1941, killed 1943 Sobibor

Born 1938, killed 1942 Auschwitz

Born 1936, killed 1942 Auschwitz

Murdered in Auschwitz on Jul. 23, 1942

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