Socialists believe in confiscation of private land and personal property so the State can redistribute to politically correct citizens.
Those stolen from are often targeted as political enemies (for no other reason than they have what the government wants). Often, they are arrested, imprisoned, killed.
Such was the fate of Katarzyna Kwoka and her daughter Czeslawa Kwoka, at the hands of the National Socialists.
On September 1, 1939, Hitler's death troops invaded Poland for land, because Hitler fear-mongered that the German population would outgrow its food source in Germany and needed to conquer new lands for more agricultural land.
One targeted location for a German colony was the Zamość region of Poland, where the Kwoka family lived, and because of that, the Kwokas were deemed political prisoners, arrested and loaded onto a cattle car.
Catholic faithful, Katarzyna Kwoka and her daughter Czeslawa arrived at Auschwitz, on December 13, 1942, with 318 women.
Katarzyna Kwoka was renamed prisoner number 26946, and two months later, she died, on February 18, 1943.
Her daughter died the following month, on March 12.
None of the extreme actions by the National Socialists, an extreme left-wing Socialist party, should have surprised anyone, as Hitler, himself, outlined his plans, in very plain writing, in his 25 Point Program.
Here are only a few of Hitler's points:
3. We demand land and territory for the nourishment of our people and for settling our superfluous population.
13. We demand nationalization of all businesses, which have been up to the present formed into companies.
17. We demand land-reform suitable to our national requirements, passing of a law for confiscation without compensation of land for communal purposes; abolition of interest on land loans, and prevention al all speculation in land.