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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_concentration_camp_badge

Nazi concentration camp badges, primarily triangles, were part of the system of identification in Nazi camps. They were used in the concentration camps in the Nazi-occupied countries to identify the reason the prisoners had been placed there. The triangles were made of fabric and were sewn on jackets and trousers of the ...

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The swastika symbolizes Hitler and his army but it also is a symbol of hate during the Holocaust. The swastika symbolizes the hate of the victims toward Hitler and his forces for what they did to their people. The Nazis killed almost 11 million people during the Holocaust. Almost everyone in the world new someone who was ...

www.ushmm.org/research/the-center-for-advanced-holocaust-studies/miles-lerman-center-for-the-study-of-jewish-resistance/holocaust-symbols-the-icons-of-memory

For his Museum fellowship, Dr. Stier conducted research for his project “ Holocaust Symbols: The Icons of Memory,” examining the historical and cultural contexts of symbols commonly associated with the Holocaust and exploring how a variety of iconic images, including personalities, artifacts, texts, and visual forms , convey ...

www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005378

From 1938, Jews in the camps were identified by a yellow star sewn onto their prison uniforms, a perversion of the Jewish Star of David symbol. After 1939 and with some variation from camp to camp, the categories of prisoners were easily identified by a marking system combining a colored inverted triangle with lettering.

www.holocaustcenter.org/holocaust-badges

Holocaust Badges. The Jews of Europe were legally compelled to wear badges or distinguishing garmets (e.g., pointed hats) at least as far back as the 13th century. This practice continued throughout the Middle Ages and Renaissnace, but was largely phased out during the 17th and 18th centuries. With the coming of the ...

www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007453

The swastika has a lengthy history and enduring power, predominantly as a symbol of hate. It was used at least 5,000 years before Adolf Hitler designed the Nazi flag. The word swastika comes from the Sanskrit svastika, which means “ good fortune” or “well-being." The motif (a hooked cross) appears to have first been used ...

www.holocaust-trc.org/the-holocaust-education-program-resource-guide/the-swastika

The Swastika Flag. The swastika is a very old symbol with use widespread throughout the world. Sometimes referred to as a “Gammadion” “Hakenkreuz” or a “Flyfot,” it traditionally had been a sign of good fortune and well being The word “swastika” is derived from the Sanskrit “su” meaning “well” and “asti” meaning “ being.

www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/symbol-of-children-in-the-holocaust

Anna Maria (Settela) Steinbach (December 23rd, 1934–July 31st, 1944) was a Dutch girl who was gassed in Nazi Germany's Auschwitz concentration camp. She remained the symbol of the prosecution of the Dutch Jews, until it was discovered in 1994 that she was not Jewish but had belonged to the Sinti group of the ...

spiritofbutterflies.com/butterflies-and-the-holocaust

What do butterflies have to do with the Holocaust? They are very ... in a different form. To find out more about this seemingly incongruous connection between the butterfly and the Holocaust, read my book, The Spirit of Butterflies: Myth, Magic and Art. (pages 64 to 71) ... The butterfly is the symbol of that light. When we see a ...