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World War II &The Holocaust
What was WWII?• 1939-1945• 61 countries were  involved• 72,000,000 deaths
Why did WWII start?• After WWI, Germany  had to give up land and  their armed forces• Germans elected Adolf  Hitler (Nazi ...
Who was Hitler?• Absolute ruler of Germany  from 1933 until 1945• Responsible for  Germany’s military  decisions• Responsi...
Why did Hitler dislike Jews?• Hitler saw the world in  terms of race.• He believed that all of  the different races were  ...
Examples of Jewish Restrictions
Leaving Germany• Jews began to leave Germany because of the  persecution they were facing.
(Greek) Sacrifice by fire.The systematic, state-sponsored persecution andmurder of Jews by the Nazi regime and theircollab...
Ghettos• Jews were forced to leave their homes and  live in ghettos  – ghetto (n.) : a part of a city predominantly    occ...
From Ghettos to Concentration Camps
Concentration Camps• There were two kinds of concentration camps:  death and work.
The Final Solution• The term refers to Germanys plan to murder all  the Jews of Europe. The term was used at the  Wannsee ...
The Final SolutionGas chamber at Camp Auschwitz
Young Faces of the Holocaust  Play this video: http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=106062An estimated 6,000,000 ...
How did WWII end?• May 8, 1945 Germany surrenders• August 15, 1945 Japan Surrenders
Comparisons•   9/11             2,977•   The U. S. Civil War: 620,000•   Rwanda*           800,000•   Holocaust*         6...
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  1. 1. World War II &The Holocaust
  2. 2. What was WWII?• 1939-1945• 61 countries were involved• 72,000,000 deaths
  3. 3. Why did WWII start?• After WWI, Germany had to give up land and their armed forces• Germans elected Adolf Hitler (Nazi party) as Chancellor in 1933• Hitler promised to make Germany a great country again
  4. 4. Who was Hitler?• Absolute ruler of Germany from 1933 until 1945• Responsible for Germany’s military decisions• Responsible for the restrictions placed on Jews• Responsible for the treatment of Jews in the
  5. 5. Why did Hitler dislike Jews?• Hitler saw the world in terms of race.• He believed that all of the different races were in competition to world domination.• Hitler thought the superior race were those with fair skin, blue eyes, and blonde hair (Aryan race).
  6. 6. Examples of Jewish Restrictions
  7. 7. Leaving Germany• Jews began to leave Germany because of the persecution they were facing.
  8. 8. (Greek) Sacrifice by fire.The systematic, state-sponsored persecution andmurder of Jews by the Nazi regime and theircollaborators.
  9. 9. Ghettos• Jews were forced to leave their homes and live in ghettos – ghetto (n.) : a part of a city predominantly occupied by a particular ethnic group that may be looked down upon for various reasons
  10. 10. From Ghettos to Concentration Camps
  11. 11. Concentration Camps• There were two kinds of concentration camps: death and work.
  12. 12. The Final Solution• The term refers to Germanys plan to murder all the Jews of Europe. The term was used at the Wannsee Conference (1942) where German officials discussed its implementation.
  13. 13. The Final SolutionGas chamber at Camp Auschwitz
  14. 14. Young Faces of the Holocaust Play this video: http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=106062An estimated 6,000,000 people died as a result of the Holocaust.
  15. 15. How did WWII end?• May 8, 1945 Germany surrenders• August 15, 1945 Japan Surrenders
  16. 16. Comparisons• 9/11 2,977• The U. S. Civil War: 620,000• Rwanda* 800,000• Holocaust* 6,000,000* Genocide: The systematic elimination of a people or nation.
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