The conflict of Maus is Jewish discrimination and we took examples of the effect and how it feels to be discriminated.
Brianna Garcia, Isabela Wiederstein and Claire Lefebvre
After Anja died I had to make an order with everything... these papers had too many memories. So I BURNED them." /Spielgman, 159/
“They marched us through the city of Bielsko. We passed by the factory what once I owned … We passed the market where always we bought to eat, and passed even the street where we used to live, and we came ‘til the prison, and there they put us.” /Spielgman, 157/
Once Hitler and the Nazis had control, Germany began to expand its borders. Every expansion brought more Jews into German territory and under Hitler's rule. Jews were being moved to concentration camps as political prisoners and mass executions were occurring. From that point on, many Jews were taken to the camps, locked in chambers, and gassed to death
Many Jews wrote in journals during the holocaust such as Anne Frank.
Jews that were discriminated
Jews died and were discriminated during their time in the Holocaust
people survived in the main concentration camp
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"This house believes that holocaust denial should be a criminal offense" " I Debate"June 20, 2011 https://idebate.org/debatabase/free-speech-debate/house-believes-holocaust-denial-should-be-criminal-offence
"My grandma Survived The Holocaust" "Newsround" January 24, 2003 http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/club/your_reports/newsid_2685000/2685351.stm