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    Rodriguez 1 Aidan Rodriguez Mrs. Davis Advanced English 2 6 February 2017 Kristallnacht The mistreatment of Jews started when Hitler came to power, but no one thought it would become a worldwide problem. Those small acts took place over a span of many years, and gradually became until the war ended. Hitler started with the boycotting of Jewish stores, then Kristallnacht, but it was the aftermath of Kristallnacht that inspired his concentration camps. The boycotting of Jewish stores was Hitler’s first act against the Jews. When Hitler came to power he had to choose the minister of propaganda and public enlightenment and he chose to put Goebbels, one of his faithful supporters, in charge. Gobbles arranged for Jewish businesses to be boycotted…

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    Indeed, I used some lessons about the Nazi regime that I have learnt by reading books (like the book thief) or in courses. For example, in English on the beginning of the year, we read a text in the upfront about Kristallnacht. The books made me understand how the Nazi regime was working and what was the climate in Germany during the WW2. How these informations led me to achieve this project with success? To begin, knowing a little about Kristallnacht before the project permit me to start the…

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    The play Kindertransport, written by Diane Samuels, is based on the true events that took place in Germany at the beginning of WWII. Specifically the British Rescue mission, called Kindertransport that helped place over 10,000 Jewish children into foster homes. The play is divided into three distinct time periods, pre-war, war and post-war and intermixes them through out. The play is told from the point of view of Eva, who in the beginning was just a child who faced with a lot of…

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    of Jewish refugee children to Great Britain during the Holocaust between 1938 and 1940. This is one of the most well-known rescue movements of children. It was called “The Movement for the Care of Children from Germany”, later known as the Refugee Children’s Movement. Children with Jewish background suffered discrimination and persecution during the national socialist regime in Germany from 1933 onwards (Hammel, 2016, p. 239). They sent representatives to Germany and Austria to inaugurated the…

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    Kristallnacht Analysis

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    (“Polarisation”) THE NAME KRISTALLNACHT Kristallnacht was given its name due to the shattered and broken glass strewn about the streets of Germany. This glass came from the pillaged and destroyed synagogues, homes and Jewish owned businesses that were torn apart. ERNST VOM RATH The violence was instigated primarily by Nazi Party officials and members of the SA (Sturmabteilungen) and Hitler Youth. In its aftermath, German officials announced that Kristallnacht had erupted as a…

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    The Kindertransport was a rescue effort to bring Jewish youth to safety during World War II. This effort took place in the years from 1938 to 1940, which ultimately saved 10,000 adolescents under the age of seventeen. British authorities had set up the Kindertransport in hope to rescue as many Jewish children as possible. “Kindertransport was the informal name of the rescue operation, a movement in which many organizations and individuals participated.”(Kindertransport History) Many different…

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    describes the event of Kristallnacht, as it means the feeling of fear, shock, or disgust toward something. Kristallnacht was an event during the Holocaust where thousands of Jews had their shops raided. It was a huge, massively coordinated attack on huge Jewish communities throughout Germany and parts of Italy, and it only happened in the span of a couple nights. The origin of Kristallnacht started in an unpredictable way, had a huge effect on people, and still is remembered through the…

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    Kristallnacht and the holocaust What would you do if you had been striped of your human rights and was the subject of violence just because of your religion. Before the tragic event of Kristallnacht, in 1933 Adolf Hitler became the chancellor of germany. After that Jews had been stripped of their legal rights and subject to violent attacks for the five years leading to november 7,1938. Which is when a Polish-Jewish student named Herschel Grynszpan shot the German diplomat, who had died two days…

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    Kristallnacht Kristallnacht or ¨The night of broken glass¨ was what we would nowadays we call it a ¨riot¨. But, unlike today it wasn't as peaceful. The whole thing was vandalism and carnage that had an excruciating cost. In these three paragraphs that have been presented have loathing; casualties; and suffering. The caused this influx of loathing between both sides was. There was already accumulated tension between the two sides to start with because the Germans were blaming the result of…

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    solution” can be traced back to the Nuremburg laws created and enforced by Adolf Hitler and his party. This was then followed by an important event in history; Kristallnacht. This all contributed to the notion that one group’s hatred could impact the world severely. It can be proven that Kristallnacht ultimately was the key event that led to the spark…

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