miércoles, 8 de mayo de 2013

Hello we are Laura, Ainara and Helena, and in our class  we have a Holocaust Week and we have to put things of the Second World War and the book that we have read: The boy in the striped pyjamas (pajamas in american english).We wish you enjoy all the things that  we are going to put.

This is a video that I saw and I liked a lot. Helena Bermejo


Most people when listen relate
immediately swastika Hitler, Nazism, but in reality this is not an invention Nazi symbol, the swastikahas ancient origins. Its roots, as some books of history, dating back to the Bronze Age.The word Swastika Swastika or, as some call it, is derived from the Sanskrit "swastika" which means "well-being". It was used in ancient times as a symbol of prosperity and good fortune, symbol of peace and joy.
Helena Bermejo

Barbed wire encloses the concentration camp of Aushwitz-Birkenau in Krakow, Poland.
Chris Jackson/Getty Images
German authorities have arrested a 93-year-old man they say served as a guard at the Auschwitz extermination camp.
Hans Lipschis was deported from the United States to Germany after U.S. authorities found that he lied about his past.

'The Final Solution'
The Holocaust happened between 1933 and 1945,when Adolf Hitler, as Chancellor of Germany,used his power and that of his generalds to persecute the Jewish people in Germany and beyond. This eventually led to the murder of  6,000,000 Jews and the destructionof  5,000 Jewish communities.
Gradually, the Jewish population of Germany and beyond wass separated from the rest of society by special laws, and forced to live in 'ghettos'. These were walled areas away from the rest of the population. Eventually, Jews were rounded up and sent to concentration camps for execution or hard labour.

My opinion of the book "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas":
I think it is very sad... The Second World War,the holocaust,and all the families that were killed ... It is all very sad and unjust. The book it is very good, I like it very much: the vocabulary, the expressions... The history is real so it is very interesting .

Terezin's children drawings:

By Ainara.

Hello, I am Laura, now I am going to talk about
 "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas".

- The book is interesant because it is something
 that happened in the past, but it is very sad.
It is about a German family.
One day, they had to move away from Berlin, because Bruno's
 dad was a soldier and had to exterminate Jews in the concentration camp.
Bruno, went out to play and found a boy in the other side of the fence and they became friends, but one day Brune entered in the other side of the fence to search his friend's father. 
Bruno never return home after that.
- I recomend you to read the book, and later the movie, to understand it better.

Now I am going to give you some information about ANA FRANK

Anne Frank was a Jewish girl, during the Second World War had to hide to avoid falling into Nazi hands.
Anne was sent to the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz, and later, to Bergenbelsen, where she died of typhus on March 12, 1945.
The Diary of Anne Frank was published in the Netherlands on June 25, 1947 with the title "The back house"

-The first edition of Ana Frank's Diary:
-Ana Frank:


The Holocaust, also known as the Shoah, was the mass 

murder or genocide of approximately six million Jews during 

World War II, a programme of systematic state-sponsored 

murder by Nazi Germany, led by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi 

Party, throughout German-occupied territory.

These are some of Terezin´s children drawings and 


Eva Pollenzova, 1/8 1931 - 18/12 1943; Memories about  the Life before Deportation         

My opinion of the book of the boy in the stryped pyjama.

I enjoy very much the book because is very interesting that Bruno goes to explore his new house and went he met Shamuel he goes more or less all the days to see him and give food but I think that it was a very stupid thing the Holoucoust catch muslims and jews and kill them because they were different and thew were all the same because they were all people but different at the same time.
Postdata:this opinion is absolutely no offense intention.

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