The next year Auschwitz II was built, which was where the gas chambers ere introduced. “The idea of using gas chambers originated during the Euthanasia Program, the so-called “mercy killing” of sick and disabled persons in Germany and Austria by Nazi doctors. ” Mobile gas vans were another way of executing the Jews. But due to the occupancy being less than 50 people at a time, this method was short lived and the quickest killing method of mass shootings remained as the most used.
Finally on April 30, 1945 Doll Hitler committed seclude and his Reich soon ended.
Another genocide event was the POI Pot In Cambodia. This took place from 1975 until 1979, however with a fewer amount of deaths of 2,000,000. Due to many events in Cambodia that led to economic and military desalination, citizens began to support the dominant leader POI Pot. He took advantage of this situation by marching his Khmer Rouge army, consisting of teenage peasant guerrillas, into Phonon Penn and took control of Cambodia.
POI Pot began a radical experiment to create an agrarian utopia where he sealed Cambodia off from the outside world.
All of the cities were forcibly evacuated to the countryside, where citizens were forced onto slave labor on “killing fields”. Unlike during the Holocaust where they used mass execution, people in Cambodia mainly began dying from overwork, malnutrition and disease. However, deadly purges occurred with the attempt to eliminate the old society; the educated, the wealthy, Buddhist monks, police, doctors, lawyers, teachers, former government officials, ex-soldiers and their wives and children were all executed. Also, any suspicion of disloyalty led to being shot or bludgeoned with an ax.
One of the main differences from the Holocaust, where Jews were the main group executed, the POI Pot consisted of many ethnic groups being attacked. This included the three largest minorities: the Vietnamese, Chinese, and Sham Muslims, along with twenty other smaller groups. Although both genocide events had very different origins and paths, they had a that being, an attempt at eliminating certain groups by a dominant leader. Both instances had a form of concentration camps where many citizens suffered and died. While in these concentration camps the inmates were completely sealed off from the outside world.
And finally a mass amount of deaths were a result of these events. Throughout the course of history, the act of genocide has seemed to arise multiple times. Two widely known genocide events were the Nazi Holocaust and the POI Pot in Cambodia. Although both of these events were run by a dominant leader who led a movement of the elimination of certain groups by mass murdering, they both had very different detailed course of events.
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