For example, some of these laws close out Jews from places like parks, fired them from their jobs (i.e. government jobs), and Jewish doctors can only work for Jewish patients. During the night on November 9-10, 1938, Nazis started a pogrom against Jews in Austria and Germany in what hat they called, "Kristallnacht" also known as ("Night of Broken Glass"). The savage night involved the taking away and destroying of synagogues, sabotaging the windows of Jewish businesses, rob their stores, and they physically attacked many Jewish too. Also, about 30,000 Jews were sent to the concentration camps after arrested.
This is because in the new government system, the Germans taught that the Jews were not people. Therefore, Jews did not deserve to be treated as such. This logic made no sense to Corrie and her family, in their heads the Jews were still people, and harming them was still a sin. Fully aware of the consequences, the Ten Booms determined that keeping the Jews safe was the honorable and honest thing to do. Therefore, the Ten Booms began to hide the Jews and live out a dishonest life.
Hitler managed to captivate and motivate an entire country by using propaganda, the youth, and the power, to make the entire population of Germans hate Jews. Hitler succeeded indoctrination of the German peoples, in many ways. The main form of indoctrination was the Hitler Youth. Hitler believed that children could be totally indoctrinated in their education. Using propaganda was a crucial part for acquiring and maintaining power.
The Holocaust Before the event of the Holocaust, there was 9 million Jews in Europe (Introduction). After, there were 6 million of them dead because of the Nazi party (Yeatts 7). This was all part of the plan to kill Jews using the “Final Solution” all across Europe. The Holocaust took place from 1933-1945 all across Europe in a quest to kill Jews and other groups of people (Steele 6). The people involved in this mass murder are Hitler (chancellor of Germany), Hermann Goering (commander of the air force) and Joachin von Ribbentrop, minister of Foreign Affairs (Yeatts 38).
The nuremberg laws were anti semitic laws in nazi germany. They were introduced on september 1935 by the reienists at the annual nuremberg rally of the nazi party. The two laws were the law for the protection of german blood and the german honor, which forbid marriages and extramarital intercourse between jews and germans. The nuremberg laws had a crimping economic and social impact on the jewish community. Persons convicted of violating the marriage laws were imprisoned.
The Nazi Party was founded in 1919 and shortly after, Hitler became the leader in 1921. Adolf Hitler’s goal was to purify the German race. The holocaust includes dehumanization, organization, polarization. The Holocaust ruined the lives of so many innocent people as well as leaving a horrific dent in history by being the worst genocide in the world. The victims of the holocaust were taken to the concentration camps by train.
“Hitler and other Nazi leaders viewed the Jews not as a religious group, but as a poisonous "race," which "lived off" the other races and weakened them”(Mordechai Anielewicz). Hitler being the chancellor of Germany, convinced his people that nationalism and having their race being ideal was the only way to rebuild Germany. German people listened to Hitler’s ideas because this was their only hope to making their country
He felt that he would be doing the world a favor by wiping out the Jewish race. (https://www.scholieren.com/praktische-opdracht/15482) According to the first paragraph from the article The Nazi Party was a far right political party in germany that was active between 1920-1945 and practiced the ideology of Nazism.’’ When and why did Hitler came to power?. It’s because after months of negotiations,the president of Germany, Hindenburg decided Hitler chancellor of Germany in a government supposedly dominated by conservatives on January 30,1933. The Nazi also carried out the Holocaust by them hiding away from the soldiers but the Nazi spread in Europe.Even some of the Nazi used jews as a labrotary experiment according to the video in class.
The mass murder of over six million people was ordered by a man known as Hitler. Hitler rose to power in Germany in 1933 when Germany was in an economic depression. Hitler had many followers. These followers were the Nazi Party. Hitler was able to persuade many German citizens that Jewish citizens caused their economic depression and their problems.
To start off, Americans weren’t affected by the Japanese Internment Camps as much as Germans, and those in surrounding countries, were by the Nazi Concentration Camps. As said in the American Propaganda Video, Japanese-Americans were, “...potentially dangerous…” and that the relocation of them was, “...with real consideration for the people involved.” Most Americans didn’t know the truth about the Japanese Internment Camps so they were, if anything, comfortable with the decision. However, this wasn’t the case with the Nazi Concentration Camps. Germans who didn’t remain loyal to Hitler were sent to a Concentration Camp, leaving thousands of Germans living in fear. Other countries, like Poland, were also affected by this, Concentration Camps were built in Poland and all Jewish people living in Poland were put into a camp.
By this time, more than 33,771 Jews were killed. The Soviets started taking and retaking cities, launching a major counter-attack and caused Germany to abandon Moscow (The History Place, n.d.). Then one of the largest attacks on US soil was launched. The bombing of Pearl Harbor killed at least 2,000 people ( ). This event caused Britain and the United States to declare war on Japan, and Germany and Italy declared war on America.
Events leading to the Wannnsee Conference January of 1933 the Nazi party officially took power in Germany and Hitler becomes chancellor. At this time Jews were living in every country in Europe and rightfully so. This was about a total of 9 million Jews who will suddenly lose everything they worked for.? The first of many concentration camps was Dachau right near Munich. At this camp the prisoners were made up of people who opposed the new regime and could cause problems down the road for Hitler?s plan.