Trey, jessica and d'marcus

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Trey, jessica and d'marcus

  1. 1. By: Jessica, Trey & D‘Marcus .
  2. 2. What does this excerpt reveal about the political climate in Germany in 1938? <ul><li>Hundreds of Jewish stores, homes and synagogues, were destroyed by the Nazis while the police looked the other way. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Question 2 What conditions existed during this time period that promoted Jewish immigration from Germany? It was winter time in Germany when the Jews were getting transported, and a lot of Jews died because it was so cold. Based on this reading, why was immigration such a difficult process? Immigration was a difficult process because, they packed a whole lot of Jews in a box car, and the conditions were bad, so a lot of them died
  4. 4. Question 3 <ul><li>What does the failure of the Evian Conference suggest about anti-Semitism and apathy toward the plight of the European Jews in the world community in 1938? </li></ul><ul><li>Because Hitler turned everybody against the Jews. And everybody started to hate them. Addition, everybody hated the Jews because they thought that Jews killed Jesus. </li></ul>Because Hitler turned everybody against the Jews. And everybody started to hate them. Addition, everybody hated the Jews because they thought that Jews killed Jesus. What does the failure of the Evian Conference suggest about anti-Semitism and apathy toward the plight of the European Jews in the world community in 1938?
  5. 5. <ul><li>Why might anti-immigration sentiment have been prevalent during this period in America? Would circumstances similar to St. Louis’ desperate plea for a safe haven and political refuge also result in sympathetic apathy on the part of the American public today? </li></ul>The American attitude towards immigration was when Franklin D. Roosevelt inherited isolationism from the previous Republican administrations. As late as 1931, when Japan invaded Manchuria and Secretary of State Henry Stimson advocated a more critical response, President Hoover followed the policy of accommodation
  6. 6. Why was Kristallnacht considered a planned action? It was considered a planned action because they knew that they were going to attack the Jews, and they planned it. How did Kristallnacht differ from earlier programs and sanctions used by the Nazis to isolate and target the Jews This was the BIGGEST attack that destroyed buildings, synagogues, and houses and killed a lot of people.
  7. 7. HITLER!!
  8. 8. Resources <ul><li>http://www.suite101.com/content/isolationism-in-the-1920s-and-1930s-a100572 </li></ul><ul><li>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kristallnacht </li></ul><ul><li>http://scrapetv.com/News/News%20Pages/usa/images-5/hitler-holocaust.jpg </li></ul>

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