Chantal Perez
Paola Badillo
Juan Jimenez

Jose Lorenzo
Before
Atmosphere
• What was going on worldwide?
• What was on peoples minds?

• Countries involved
Poland, New Zealand, U...
Adolf Hitler
Back Ground

How did he get so many followers?
“As Führer, Adolf Hitler stands far above us all, but as a per...
Symbols
Swastika History
Oppressed
Oppressors
World Reaction to the Holocaust in the
Governments
Jews in Japan
“Jews holding citizenship of any country would be accorde...
World Reaction to the Holocaust in the
Governments
France

United States
Worldwide Reaction to the Holocaust
Netherlands, Denmark and
Norway
• In Netherlands there was an
organized Strike on Febr...
Compare and contrast
Aftermath
Resettlements
• DP Camps
• Where they fled
• Israel
Retributions
• Germany After WWII
• German Civilians
• Nuremberg Trials
Present
• Holocaust Denial
• Debt
• German Society
• Nazi Gold

• Degenerate Art
Ellie Wiesel?
Works Cited
"A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust." A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. Florida
Center for Instructional Tec...
Works Cited
Brooks, Katherine. "German Government Knew About Massive Art Trove
Nearly Two Years Ago." The Huffington Post....
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The German Government

  1. 1. Chantal Perez Paola Badillo Juan Jimenez Jose Lorenzo
  2. 2. Before Atmosphere • What was going on worldwide? • What was on peoples minds? • Countries involved Poland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France,Australia,South Africa, Canada, Denmark,Norway,Luxembourg,Belgium,Holland,Greece,Yugoslavia,Soviet Union, Iran,India,Panama,United States of America.
  3. 3. Adolf Hitler Back Ground How did he get so many followers? “As Führer, Adolf Hitler stands far above us all, but as a person he is as our father or brother. He knows our suffering and our sorrows, feels them with us, because he himself went through life’s hardest school and never forgot his own years of bitter poverty. Everyone, therefore, comes to him for help, and just as he will one day be the savior of the whole people, today he helps each individual fighter.” : “Hitler’s goals are: Achieving freedom for the German people, Achieving its proper place among the peoples, Building the foundations for its ability to survive.”
  4. 4. Symbols Swastika History
  5. 5. Oppressed
  6. 6. Oppressors
  7. 7. World Reaction to the Holocaust in the Governments Jews in Japan “Jews holding citizenship of any country would be accorded treatment comparable to citizens of that country. Jews without citizenship would be considered stateless, in the same category as White Russian émigrés. This group of Jews would be under surveillance because of their "racial characteristics." Another category of Jews, those who could be considered "useful" to Japan because of their political or economic influence, would receive the same treatment that they received prior to the war.”
  8. 8. World Reaction to the Holocaust in the Governments France United States
  9. 9. Worldwide Reaction to the Holocaust Netherlands, Denmark and Norway • In Netherlands there was an organized Strike on February 25 1941 against anti-Jewish measurements. • In Norway and in Denmark there was a population of 10,000 Jews. On an offer by Switzerland Norway managed to save half of their Jewish citizens while Denmark saved the great majority of theirs. Vatican
  10. 10. Compare and contrast
  11. 11. Aftermath Resettlements • DP Camps • Where they fled • Israel
  12. 12. Retributions • Germany After WWII • German Civilians • Nuremberg Trials
  13. 13. Present • Holocaust Denial • Debt • German Society • Nazi Gold • Degenerate Art
  14. 14. Ellie Wiesel?
  15. 15. Works Cited "A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust." A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida, 14 July 2009. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. Rosenberg, Matt. "Displaced Jews in Europe." About.com Geography. About.com, n.d. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. "History of Germany (1945–90)." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Nov. 2013. Web. 19 Nov. 2013. Urban, Susanne Y. "Representations of the Holocaust in Today’s Germany: Between Justification and Empathy." Jerusalem Center For Public Affairs. Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, n.d. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. <http://jcpa.org/article/representations-of-the-holocaust-in-todays-germanybetween-justification-and-empathy/>. Frontline. "Holocaust Education in Germany: An Interview." PBS. PBS, 31 May 2005. Web. 13 Nov. 2013. Hengst, Björn, and Benjamin Dürr. "Dutch Filmmaker Leon Giesen Says Mittenwald Is Site Of Nazi Treasure." SPIEGEL ONLINE. SPIEGEL ONLINE, 20 Sept. 2013. Web. 13 Nov. 2013.
  16. 16. Works Cited Brooks, Katherine. "German Government Knew About Massive Art Trove Nearly Two Years Ago." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 16 Nov. 2013. Web. 19 Nov. 2013. USHMM. "Holocaust Denial and Distortion." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. Rising, David. "Germany Increases Reparations for Holocaust Survivors." The Times of Israel. Timesofisrael.com, 16 Nov. 2012. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. "Payback: Greek Govt to Launch Legal Battle for New WWII Reparations from Germany." Payback: Greek Govt to Launch Legal Battle for New WWII Reparations from Germany. RT News, 24 Apr. 2013. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. Yeager, Carolyn. "Gigantic Fraud Carried Out for Wiesel Nobel Prize | Elie Wiesel Cons the World Gigantic Fraud Carried Out for Wiesel Nobel Prize | A Blog Dedicated to Finding out the Truth about Elie Wiesel's Tattoo." Elie Wiesel Cons the World RSS. Eliewieseltattoo.com, n.d. Web. 23 Nov. 2013.
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