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Unit 4 buzzwords ELA

Unit 4 buzzwords ELA 8

TermDefinition
Holocaust The mass murder of more than (6 million jewish) under the german regime (during the period 1941 to 1945)
anti semitism hostility to or (prejudice against Jewish)
bystander Present at an (event or incident)
propaganda (Biased or misleading nature) used to promote or (publicize a particular political cause or point of view)
concentration camps A (large number of people) of political (prisoners or members)
genocide killing of a large group of people
ghetto Isolated or segregated group or area.
ally military or other purpose
dehumanization depriving a person or group of a positive human
barracks A building or a group of building
resistance The attempt to prevent something by action or a argument
liberation The act of setting someone free
schlep Something heavy or awkward
neurotic Something sensitive, obsessive, or tense and axious
caricature A version of someone or something
pragmatic dealing with things
recuperate recover from illness or exrtion
persecute A illness treatment
smuggle Somewhere secretly and illicitly
diverge separate from another route
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