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The Holocaust

TermDefinition
Holocaust The Nazi's attempt to kill all Jews under their control. Six million Jews had been killed in the process as well as five million other people they considered inferior.
Nuremberg Laws Set of Laws that denied German citizenship to Jews, banned marriage between Jews and non-Jews and Segregated Jews at every level of society
Kristallnacht Also known as "The Night of the Broken Glass." After a Jewish refugee killed a German diplomat in Paris, Nazi officials attacked Jews
Genocide Willful annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural group
Concentration Camp A Camp where they put jews and other prisoners in a camp where they were slaved and were eventually killed
Death Camp A facility where prisoners (mainly Jews) were systematically exterminated. The largest death camp was Auschwitz in southern Poland.
War Refugee Board A program that President FDR established whcih worked with the Red Cross to save thousands of Eastern European Jews, especially in Romania Hungary.
Anti-Semitism Prejudice and Hostility against Jews
Created by: iamnile