Did the Nazis not make footwear that looked like what people were wearing today? Yes it is true.
How did these people survive this brutal time? When they did I would also love to hear their stories. We know the story because Nazi Germany’s own soldiers took part in the deportation and internment of people.
This is what was happening back when the Holocaust was happening in concentration camps and camps and concentration camps and when Hitler’s Third Reich ruled the land. People were coming back home, trying to do better and better. But their life couldn’t be any better because of the hatred coming from all sides. I know it’s sad to say about the people that were in the camps with the Nazis but I am glad we can now tell the stories because it was something that had never been told before.
To do justice we only have so much to go on and I’m sure there are even more stories but this will do the job. I’m doing justice for the people that were persecuted and I am glad that many of them are still alive, and many are suffering because they were there, in Germany and Europe, they were in the Hitler Youth and they came back and found out what they were made to endure and they were not getting justice, but what did happen to them? Now they see what they have done and they are not satisfied.
The Nazis persecuted people in countless ways from the very start. The persecution began even before Hitler ascended to power and was continued with his rise to power and his subsequent leadership of the Third Reich. I remember watching my dad being beaten by thugs because he didn’t wear a suit every day. When he was young he worked in a small clothing store. We would watch from the window, and my dad told me the stories of how some of the people in the place that he worked didn’t have money to wear their suits and they were beaten up and beaten up. People that he dealt with, he could not talk to them because they were so beat up because they didn’t have money to buy more suits, but they would just fight back and beat people up and take what they wanted. It seemed like every single day this thing would happen and it would be an ongoing thing because it was something that was a part of German life.
You can find other stories about Jewish and other victims of National Socialism by clicking here and here.
What kind of clothes did they wear? Most wore a kind of dress that looked more like what was worn back in the 1920s