Alright so a current piece I am working on has much to do with the afterlife. I am thinking of having a character in the "afterlife" (Hell), be someone who when they were alive, died during the holocaust as a young boy. There was, of course, no reason for his death, and only died because he belonged to a family of Jews. Now, I am trying to be considerate, but the death gives my character major motivation for his death and is a pivotal point for his mental state. If you think it is insensitive, then please try to help me if you can, offer up a way for a young boy to traumatically and senselessly die in say the late 1800's to early 1900's. The way should be easy enough for someone to remember the incident of. He should have singed ties with his former faith because of his death or the outcome of his death, and yes I cannot stress this enough, It would be in the best interest of the child to die because of or in relation to his faith. NOTE: It's not hell hell, it's more so a central afterlife for most everything. There is a hell hell for the damned and all that, but this isn't helll hell it's just that this afterlife is so bad that it's in opinion a hell. There is a higher up like an executive lounge type deal, but that's more restricted space than the overpopulated ground floor. Does that explain it any better?