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The Holocaust Bagdes

Why were the Jews forced to wear the Badges?It allowed for the easier facilitation of their separation from society and subsequent ghettoization, which ultimately led to the deportation and murder of 6 million Jews.The German government’s policy of forcing Jews to wear identifying badges was but one of many psychological tactics aimed at isolating and dehumanizing the Jews of Europe, directly marking them as being different (i.e., inferior) to everyone else.

What happened if a Jew refused to wear the badge? Those who failed or refused to wear the badge risked severe punishment, including death.

What do you think about the Nazi Propaganda ganda leaflet? The first photo on the right? How would you feel if you were a Jew at this time? The nazi propaganda was something very tragic because of the way how the treated the Jews, the photo on the right shows how the stars looked, if I was a Jew at this time I would probably leave the country before or I would follow all the rules.

The Star of David was a symbol thought to bring good luck.

Jewish were required to wear these badges to identify themselves as Jews.

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