Prologue to The Holocaust

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Prologue to The Holocaust Steps to Genocide 1933 to 1945 CHC 2D0

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holocaust (thing): Greek word signifying "yield by flame" The Holocaust (formal person, place or thing): The Holocaust was the precise, bureaucratic, state-supported oppression and murder of around six million Jews by the Nazi administration and its partners.

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g enocide (thing): The wrongdoing of decimating a gathering of individuals in view of their ethnic, national, racial, or religious personality Nazi target bunches: Ethnicities: Jews & Gypsies (Roma), Nationalities : Slavs (Poles & Russians) " D egenerates" : homosexuals, the rationally & physically debilitated Political opponents : communists & communists Religions: Jehovah Witnesses & Jews Asocials : Anybody else who restricted the Nazis

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Genocide was NOT the initial step! Inhumane imprisonment: Upon their rising to control on January 30, 1933, the Nazis built up death camps for the detainment of all "adversaries" of their administration. Sentences could be a couple of months or a couple of years.

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They desired the Communists, and I didn't protest - For I wasn't a Communist; They sought the Socialists, and I didn't question - For I wasn't a Socialist; They wanted the work pioneers, and I didn't protest - For I wasn't a work pioneer; They sought the Jews, and I didn't question - For I wasn't a Jew; Then they sought me And there was nobody left to protest. Martin Niemoller , ( 1892-1984 ) German Protestant Pastor, & Nazi Political Prisoner from 1937 to 1945

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Concentration camp detainees wearing triangles and detainee numbers.

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Why Have Camps? Basic to Nazi's deliberate persecution and inevitable mass murder of adversaries of Nazi Germany Slave work moved them towards their definitive objective "destruction by work" What was taken from Jews was utilized to give merchandise to the German People

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Three Steps on the Road to Genocide: You can't live among us as Jews. You can't live among us. You can't live. Copying of Jewish books, including the Torah, 1934

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Escalation of Hate Institutionalized, government supported bigotry Genocide Discrimination Prejudice Stereotyping

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You can't live among us as Jews. Preferential Attitudes: Stereotyping Discrimination & Harassment Systemic Racism

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You can't live among us as Jews. against semitism (thing): antagonistic vibe toward or victimization Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial gathering Jewish cartoon for hostile to semitic Viennese magazine, Kikeriki , 1900 – The Jews attempt to vanquish the world through a bootleg market in grain.

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The embodiment of the fallen angel as the image of all abhorrence accept the living state of the Jew"~Adolf Hitler's clergyman of purposeful publicity Joseph Goebbels, joins love of Germany with contempt of the Jews

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You can't live among us as Jews. Selective breeding: Based freely on mid 20 th century comprehension of the exploration of hereditary qualities, eugenicists trusted that individuals ought to be reared as agriculturists breed creatures: intentionally removing "second rate" characteristics through hereditary determination. The Nazis trusted that they could make "an ace race".

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You can't live among us as Jews. Aryan race: The Nazis trusted that individuals of Northern European lineage – particularly those with blue eyes and blonde hair – were better than all other individuals, including individuals of African, Asian, and Middle-Eastern family line. In 1933, there were few individuals of African or Asian lineage living in Germany. There were, in any case, 500,000 Jews who appeared to undermine "racial immaculateness".

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You can't live among us as Jews.

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The Power of Words… " The colossal masses of the general population will all the more effortlessly succumb to a major lie than a little one" "How blessed for pioneers that men don't think" The victor will never be inquired as to whether he came clean" " I trust today I am acting in the feeling of the Almighty Creator. By warding off the Jews I am doing the Lord's work" What do every one of these citations have in like manner?

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All were said by Adolf Hitler…

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You can't live among us as Jews. Above: " Juden Rause " ("Jews Get Out"), Nazi kids' prepackaged game A gathering at leave 2 are "headed toward Palestine"

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How did they know who was Jewish? November 1935 German chapels start to team up with Nazis by providing records showing who is Christian State of the craftsmanship information handling was utilized to take an evaluation in all German region. At an opportune time the Nazis included inquiries on religious legacy The machine permitted Nazi authorities to classify enormous measures of information rapidly German Hollenith Machine – an auxiliary of IBM

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You can't live among us as Jews. In 1934, Nazi researchers built up This unit, which contained 29 tests of human hair. The specimens were utilized by geneticists, anthropologists, and specialists to decide parentage. Hair shading additionally turned into a way to demonstrate the assumed prevalence of Aryans and the mediocrity of Jews, Gypsies, and those of "blended breeds".

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You can't live among us as Jews. "The Eternal Jew" – a decline workmanship display in Munich opened on November, 1937. The biggest prewar against semitic show delivered by the Nazis, it delineated Jews as abominable, subhuman animals. The show included photos calling attention to the commonly "Jewish" characteristics. The Jew was stereotyped as having an expansive snared nose, huge lips and slanting brow.

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You can't live among us as Jews.

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You can't live among us as Jews.

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You can't live among us as Jews. Germans were suspicious of Jews who were viewed as planning (with the assistance of communists) to assume control over the world.

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You can't live among us as Jews. On April 1, 1933, Hitler pronounced a one-day blacklist of Jewish shops Many German residents willfully took an interest

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You can't live among us as Jews. May 1933, Jewish books were singed out in the open campfires

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You can't live among us as Jews. "The Nuremberg Laws" turned preference & segregation into systemic prejudice. For instance: 1935: Jewish Newspapers could never again be sold 1936: Jews lost the privilege to vote 1938: Jews needed to surrender drivers' licenses & auto enrollments Below: Aerial perspective of Nuremberg, Germany, prewar period

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You can't live among us as Jews. The Nuremberg Laws likewise grouped "degrees " of Jewish blood One use for this arrangement was to allow or to deny couples the privilege to wed (and in this manner to repeat) One proposed "arrangement" to the Jewish issue was cleansing

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You can't live among us as Jews. By 1938, all Jews were required to convey recognizable proof cards Jewish identifications & papers were set apart with a "J"

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You can't live among us as Jews.

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You can't live among us. Numerous Jews endeavored to leave Germany. Be that as it may, numerous countries, including Great Britain, Canada & the United States restricted Jewish migration Left: In 1939, 850 Jewish outcasts endeavor to enter British-controlled Palestine unlawfully.

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You can't live among us. English authorities captured the 850 European Jewish settlers and interned them in a confinement focus close Haifa. So also, in 1939 the German displaced person send St. Louis endeavored to discover safe harbor for its Jewish travelers in Cuba & the US. Most wind up back in Belgium & the Netherlands.

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You can't live among us. Ghetto: Evacuating the Jews from Germany, the Nazis made mandatory "Jewish Quarters" in most Polish urban communities and towns. The ghetto was a segment of a city where all Jews from the encompassing territories were compelled to live, encompassed by security fencing or dividers Left: Jewish workers are compelled to assemble a divider around the Warsaw ghetto

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Nazi ghettos were a preparatory stride in the demolition of the Jews. Ghettos got to be move regions, utilized as accumulation focuses for expulsion to fixation & concentration camps

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You can't live among us. By spring of 1941, conditions inside Poland's Warsaw Ghetto were unpleasant: Food was rare, dress comprised a considerable lot of old clothes, and restorative supplies were for all intents and purposes non-existent. Tyke death rates soar Left: Orphan resting in Warsaw ghetto, 1941

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You can't live among us.

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You can't live among us.

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You can't live among us. In 1941, German Jews were taken into "defensive care" and ousted to inhumane imprisonments, work in eastern Germany & Poland. Left: Jews being extradited from German city of Baden-Baden

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You can't live among us. Because of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Nazis annihilated the ghetto and moved the occupants more remote east "to security".

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You can't live among us. Jews conveyed their few residual belonging to prepare stations. They were then transported in cargo and steers autos. Were there no seats, as well as needed sanitation, sustenance, water, and air.

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Concentration Camps were based on railroad lines for productive transportation On entry, all are given numbers-some have this inked on their wrist

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You can't live among us In 1941, Romania likewise started to extradite its Jews. The 2500 tenants of the lasi prepare were permitted to land for a couple of minutes. Smoldering and got dried out, they instantly looked for asylum in the cool mud before coming back to the torment of the fixed railcars.

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Step 3: You Cannot Live Law for the Protection of Hereditary Health Idea was to enhance the nature of the German race Nazi arrangement to dispense with those "unworthy of life" (rationally or physically challe

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