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anti-aircraft guns
AA guns
Us, Frnace, Great Britain, Russia
Allies
non-military addition of territory
annexation
discrimination against Jews
Anti-Semitism
work makes men free
arbeit macht frei
master race
Aryan supremecy
notorious death camp
Auschqitz
Germany, Italy, Japan
Axis Powers
illegal buying or selling
black market
when black paper or curtains were put on windows when planes flew above so they wouldn't know where to bomb.
Black-out
"lighting war" - Poland
Blitzkrieg
to abstain from using, buying, or dealing
boycott
summon to be questioned
call-up
act of surrendering
capitulation
determine what people read, say, and listen to
censorship
rare personal magnetism or charm
charisma
government ownership of business
communism
content (to a fault)
complacency
June 6, 1944, Operation Overlord, Normandy Invasion
D-Day
first concentration camp, Germany
Dachau
there are 6 of them, all in Poland, have gas chambers and crematoriams
Death camps
Pearl Harbor
December 7, 1941
tricking somebody
deception
someone who did not fit in (bad person in society)
degenerate
taking about humanity
dehumanization
civilians that left home
deportees
disagreement
dissent
leave the country
emigrate
better way to say something bad
euphemism
assisted suicide, mercy killing
euthanasia
quick and efficient
expediency
breeding the master race
eugenics
destroy
extermination
to be afraid
fear
plan by hitler and government to kill all jews - government policy
final solution
head of germany, dictator
fuehrer
mass killing of a race
genocide
Germany's police force, secret arm of SS
Gestapo
where the Jews were relocated before being sent to concentration camps.
ghettos
President before Hitler
Hindenberg
Hitler youth
HJ
destruction by fire, Hitler's mass killing of Jews
Holocaust
EX: D-day. Raiding an area to take it over
invasion
non-Jewish prisoner in charge of barracks
kapos
"Night of Broken Glass" almost 200 synagogues destroyed
Kristallnacht
when the allies come and free the Jews
Leberation
blonde hair, blue eyes, Aryan Supremacy
master race
Hitler's book
Mein Kamf
angel of death
mengele
Great Britain and France agreement
Munich Agreement
Italian dictation, fascist
Mussolini
National Social German Workers Party
Nazi
type of government, dictatorship
Nazism
Hitler was a ________ at when young.
nobody
series of Anti-Jewish laws
Nuremberg Laws
military takeover
occupied countries
"hustler" trading or dealing in camp
organizer
planned massacre
pogrom
Blitzkrieg War, all concentration camps here
Poland
no respect or hatred for a certain group
Prejudice
one-sided in formation given to win support
propaganda
burning ditch
pyre
getting poeple to move from their homes and into ghettos and then into concentration camps
relocation or resettlement
fighting against something
resistance
non-Jew that helps or hides Jews
righteous gentiles
daily time where kapos check to make sure everyone is at the camp
roll call
someone to blame
scapegoat
businessman in Poland, became a righteous gentile, and saved over 1000 jews
Schindler
daily group of poeple chosen to be put in the gas chamber; also the group of people chosen at arrival at camp
selection
jewish prisoner that had to carry dead bodies to the crematory
sondercommando
movie about the annexation of Austria
Sound of Music
Kiss of Death, Germans disobeyed this "treaty" and attacked Russia
soviet non-aggression pact
Hitler's personal army
SS
turning point of the war, millions of deaths, Russia won
Stanlingrad
patch worn by Jews to show that they were Jewish
Star of David
nazi symbol
swastika
government under Hitler's power
Third Reich
dictator that has total control, no democracy
totalitarian
ended World War I
Treaty of Versailles
patch worn by everybody in some concentration camps, color coded to show group (Jew, homosexual, etc.)
Triangles
gas put in gas chambers
Zyklon B