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Krakow Ghetto . Location . Krakow Ghetto was one of five major, metropolitan Jewish ghettos created by Nazi Germany in the new General Government territory during the German attacked Poland in WWII . Everyone in this Ghetto was killed between June 1942 and March 1943 .
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Location Krakow Ghetto was one of five major, metropolitan Jewish ghettos created by Nazi Germany in the new General Government territory during the German attacked Poland in WWII. Everyone in this Ghetto was killed between June 1942 and March 1943. They were sent to Belzec extermination camp , Płaszów labor camp, and Auschwitz concentration camp.
What were the Nazi ghettos? In Poland, Lithuania and some other areas, Jews were put into ghettos while the Nazis decided what to do with them. Krakow has always been regarded as the cultural center of Poland.
60,000–80,000Jews who had lived there since the 13th century. • In October 1939, the Nazis registered 68,482 Jews in Krakow. • During June 1942 and March 1943, about 4500 people were deported to the Belzec camp. Families are separated. The liquidation of Krakow ghetto was where the Nazi would round up all the Jews from the ghetto in streets and divided them in two lines. The part of able to work and useless. And then you would be sent to a concentration camp were they would then squeeze all the possible hard labor or if they have to be sent to a death camp were painful. If anyone was to hide in the liquidation and to be found out they would be killed. any accessory to this ''idea'' or others would be dragged along too.
In April 1940, Hans Frank announced that Krakow should become the "cleanest" city in the General government - that is, without Jews…. By 15 August 1940, many Jews had been resettled from Krakow. By the end of March 1941, around 41,000 Jews in total had been resettled. around 4,500 Jews were deported to Belzec and approximately 600 were killed.
Krakow ghetto Krakow ghetto is one of those ghetto in Poland. There were more than one ghetto at that time. This map shows all extermination camps most major concentration camps, labor camps, prison camps, ghettos, major deportation routes and major massacre sites.
March 1943 Bundles abandoned by Jewish deportees from the Krakow Ghetto, 2,000 Jews were killed in the streets of the ghetto on those days. Who remaining were sent to Auschwitz.
Memory This picture is the memory of the Krakow ghetto. It is how does the place look now. The steel chairs represents 1,000 victims.