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Holocaust Terms (A)

TermDefinition
Aktion The term used for anti-Jewish operations carried out against Jews under Nazi orders. It most commonly was used for deportation and killing operations.
Allies The nations fighting Nazi Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II, primarily the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union.
Anti-Judaism Prejudice against Jews because of their religious beliefs and practices; anti-Judaism implies that Jewish religious beliefs have been superceded or eliminated as a path to salvation.
Antisemite A person who discriminates against or is prejudiced or hostile toward Jews.
Antisemitism Prejudice or discrimination against Jews. Antisemitism can be based on hatred against Jews because of their religious beliefs or their group ethnicity, but also on the belief that Jews are a race.
Appell "Roll call" in German.
Appellplatz Refers to the square where a roll call was held.
Armed Resistance Acts of opposition, defiance, or sabotage using weapons or including typical battles, attacks, or guerrilla strikes.
Aryan A rather ambiguous term the Nazis primarily applied to people of Northern European racial background. Although never defined, in April 1933, the Nazis defined "non-Aryans" as individuals who had a parent or grandparent who was Jewish.
Auschwitz Auschwitz camp complex
Created by: Celia.myself