Nazis Order Any Jew Caught Leaving Lodz Ghetto Will Be Shot Hot

Nazis Order Any Jew Caught Leaving Lodz Ghetto Will Be Shot

Emaciated Child in the Lodz Ghetto
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The Nazis order that any Jew caught leaving the Lodz Ghetto be shot on sight.

The Nazi's chief administrator for Lodz, Hans Biebow, will impose starvation conditions on the Jews crammed in there.

Lodz is Poland's second-largest city and its 164,000 Jews are packed into a tiny area that should accommodate far, far fewer people. It won't be long before even more Jews are brought in from the surrounding regions, bringing the number to 200,000.


Work and Survival in the Lodz Ghetto during the Holocaust

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