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12 Cards in this Set

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hostility or discrimination toward Jews
Nazi German's systematic attempt to murder all European Jews
place where political prisoners are confined, usually under harsh conditions
concentration camp
name given to the night of violence on November 9, 1938, when Nazi storm troopers looted and destroyed Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues and arrested thousands of Jews in Germany and Austria
an area of Warsaw sealed of by the Nazis to confine the Jewish population, forcing them into poor, unsanitary conditions
Warsaw ghetto
1942 conference in Germany concerning the plan to murder European Jews
Wannsee Conference 1942
organized killing of an entire people
in WWII, a German camp created solely for the purpose of mass murder
death camp
Federal agency created in 1944 to try to help people threatened with murder by the Nazis
War Refugee Board (WRB)
series of trials in 1945 conducted by an International Military Tribunal in which former Nazi leaders were charged with crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and war crimes
Nuremburg Trials
Why did many Jews remain in Germany after 1933?
They believed they could survive persecution, which would be easier than starting a new life in a foreign country, until Hitler lost power.
What was Hitler's final solution?
He wanted to kill all Jews and others considered "undesirable" by the Nazis. The killing was done by mobile killing squads in Russia and 6 death camps in Poland.