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  • Jews The Persecution By Ahmad Tunstall
  • An Introduction
    • After Germany’s defeat in World War I, Germany was humiliated by the Versailles Treaty.
    • German Empire destroyed; Weimar Republic is formed.
    • The new republic suffered from economic instability.
    • High unemployment rate and massive inflation heightened.
    • Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazi Party), is elected chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933.
    • The Nazi Party took advantage of the political unsteadiness in Germany to gain an electoral foothold.
    • Hitler targeted his propaganda campaign against his political enemies and the Jews.
  • Propaganda
    • Propaganda was major tool in strengthening the Nazi’s crusade against the Jews.
    • Nazi’s used newspapers, movies, and other sources of the media to brainwash Germany against the Jews.
    • The Nazis claimed Jews corrupted German culture.
    • Portrayed as evil and cowardly
    • Blamed for weakening Germany’s economy
  • Isolated From Society
    • Hitler began to restrict the Jews with legislation and terror.
    • Burned Jewish books
    • Removed from their profession and public schools
    • Confiscated property and businesses
    • Excluded from public events
  • Death Camps
    • Jews were rounded up into ghettos and eventually sent to death camps.
    • Stripped of possessions and valuables, gassed to death, and had their bodies in specially designed crematoriums
    • Many healthy Jews were not killed instantly.
    • The German’s war effort required manpower, and some Jews were reserved for slave labor.
    • Worked in German munitions and other factories
    • Worked from dawn to dusk without adequate food and shelter
    • Approximately 3.5 million Jews were murdered in these camps.
  • Jewish Resistance
    • Escaping ghettos and concentration camps was a common form of resistance.
    • Armed revolts in the ghettos of Vilna, Bialystok, Bedzin-Sosnowiec, Cracow, and Warsaw
    • The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was the largest ghetto revolt.
    • Revolted in death camps of Sobibor, Treblinka, and Auschwitz
    • All revolts were unsuccessful.
  • Liberation
    • The camps were gradually liberated as the Allies advanced on the German Army.
    • Maidanek was liberated by the Soviets in July 1944.
    • Auschwitz in January 1945 by the Soviet
    • Bergen-Belsen by the British in April 1945
    • Dachau by the Americans in April 1945
    • At the end of the war, 50,000-100,000 Jewish survivors were living in three zones: America, British, and Soviet.
  • THE END http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/history.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_propaganda#Before_the_war