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The Lodz Ghetto was one of the largest in Poland during World War II. Famous for the number of Jews it housed between 1940 and 1945, most of its tenants met the worst possible fate as they were massively deported to extermination camps and eliminated during one of the saddest phases of the Holocaust.
After the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, the city of Lodz was officially annexed to the Third Reich in February 1940. From that moment on, the Polish population living in the city was expelled from their homes to the demarcation of the General Government, while at the same time the German population was transferred to the metropolis, especially peasants in charge of colonizing the rural areas adjacent to Lodz, also referred to by the Germans as “Litzmannstadt”.
The conversion of the Lodz Ghetto into a place of work attracted a hundred companies and labor workshops that finally alleviated the famine thanks to the fact that all their employees obtained a minimum pay, as well as a soup and a piece of bread, in addition to the fact that the employers sometimes gave them meat and milk. From then on and with the improvement of the situation in the ghetto, the SS authorities decided to provide the compound with an administration of its own and thus ended up founding the Lodz Council under the leadership of Mayor Chaim Rumkowski.
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In August 1941 Most of the Jews were moved to a territory or what is now the 10th Military District of the city. Only skilled artisans could remain where they were.
Ghetto inhabitants who could not work were taken to Gorevakha and shot. In early October, 500 elderly Jews were killed at the same time by gunfire. The Germans led them to believe that they were to be sent to work in agriculture. Those who were able to work were required to work in German workshops and factories, especially in tanneries.
This “action” of October 30, 1941 is often referred to as a “pogrom”. This is surprising since it took place in a Jewish ghetto. In his report, the German District Commissioner Carl uses the word “banditry” to describe the action. But not “pogrom”. Carl insists on different aspects that give this “action” a particular character:
The killing continued from 7 a.m. onwards. February 7, 1943until 8 p.m. the next day. Since part of the inhabitants had hidden in shelters prepared in advance, the German command decided to use flamethrowers to dislodge and kill the survivors. The ghetto was burned to the ground and all the inhabitants, i.e. more than 3,000 inhabitants, were burned alive or shot to death.
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