Stages of the Holocaust

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  • 1. Anti-Semitism / Stages of the Holocaust World History
  • 2. History of Anti-Semitism
    • Cultural differences made the Jews standout
    • Jews generally lived in close-knit communities
    • Have been demonized, discriminated against by Christians for 2000 years
    • Christianity needed Judaism as a contrast - to make Christianity look better, to act as a scapegoat
  • 3. History of Anti-Semitism
    • 30 CE - Christ is killed.
    • 325 CE - Christianity becomes official religion of the Roman Empire. Jews negatively portrayed.
    • 5th-7th Centuries - Violence escalates
    • Middle Ages - Jews less than human, killed in the Crusades, demonized, blamed for Black Death
  • 4. History of Anti-Semitism
    • Renaissance/Reformation - Jews had to wear badges or cones on head, in Italy and Germany they were separated into ghettos
    • Spanish Inquisition
    • 17th-18th Century tensions eased
  • 5. Anti-Semitism in Germany
    • .08% of population (~500,000)
    • Fully integrated into Germany society
    • Supported WWI and the German Empire
    • Mostly lived in large cities
  • 6. Anti-Semitism in Germany
    • Hitler blamed Jews/Marxists for loss of WWI
    • The Aryan Race - “Pure Germans” superior
    • Incorrectly names Jews as a race
    • Struggle for world domination
    • History and biology changed to match anti-Semitic views
  • 7. Boycott of Jewish Businesses
    • 1933 - Germany
    • Sets up idea that Jews are not Germans and isolates them
  • 8. SA pickets, wearing boycott signs, block the entrance to a Jewish-owned shop. The signs read: "Germans, defend yourselves against the Jewish atrocity propaganda, buy only at German shops!" and "Germans, defend yourselves, buy only at German shops!"
  • 9. Two Nazi stormtroopers stand guard in front of the H. L. Heimann store in Bopfingen, to prevent would-be shoppers from violating the Nazi boycott of Jewish-owned businesses.
  • 10. Nuremberg Laws
    • Germany - 1935
    • Defined who was a Jew
    • Deprived Jews of political rights
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  • 13. Kristallnacht
    • 1938 - Germany
    • “Night of the Broken Glass”
    • Organized violence against Jews throughout Germany and Austria
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  • 15. The fire department only made sure the fire did not spread to the building next to the synagogue
  • 16. View of the interior of the Essenweinstrasse synagogue in Nuremberg following its destruction during Kristallnacht.
  • 17. Ghettos
    • 1939-45 - German occupied territories
    • Small areas of a city where Jews were isolated
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  • 20. Einsatzgruppen
    • 1941 - Poland and Russia
    • Mobile Killing Squads
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  • 25. Deportations
    • 1939-1945 - Throughout Europe
    • Movement of Jews to ghettos and then to camps
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  • 27. Jews board a deportation train at the railroad station in Würzburg.
  • 28. Hundreds of Jews wait to board deportation trains at the railroad station in Würzburg. Their luggage and bed rolls are piled in the center of the platform.
  • 29. Jews from the Lodz ghetto board deportation trains for the Chelmno death camp
  • 30. Camps
    • 1939-1945 - Throughout Europe
    • Different types: labor camps, concentration camps, and death camps
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  • 33. “ Work makes one free”
  • 34. Human remains found in the Dachau concentration camp crematorium after liberation. Germany, April 1945.
  • 35. Liberation
    • 1944-45 - Throughout Europe
    • Allies liberate camps
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