The Death March By: Alysha Fujihara

The Death March had started and ended in 1944-1945. The prisoners known as the Jewish were forced to March long distances in the long bitter cold, with little or no food, water, or rest.
During the March if you couldn't keep up you would be shot. The kargest death marches took place the winter of 1944-1945,

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Created with images by Archives New Zealand - "Peter McIntyre, Air raid at Monte Cassino, February 1944" • Jorge Lascar - "Picture of a German soldier cutting a Polish man's beard - Oskar Schindler's Deutsche Emaillewaren-Fabrik (German Enamelware Factory)" • Jorge Lascar - "Anti-russian propaganda - Oskar Schindler's Deutsche Emaillewaren-Fabrik (German Enamelware Factory)-Fabrik" • Jorge Lascar - "Concentration camp bunks - Oskar Schindler's Deutsche Emaillewaren-Fabrik (German Enamelware Factory)"

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