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A member or a supporter of the National Socialist Party, a political party led my Adolf Hitler. Nazi
Damage done to work, tool, machinery, etc; to damage or destroy deliberately. sabotage
Denmark's money kroner
An infectious disease in which one has a high fever, extreme weakness, and dark red spots on their skin. typhus
Need for immediate action or attention. urgency
To torment or tease by keeping something desired in sight, but out of reach; holding out hopes that are repeatedly disappointed. tantalized
Uncertain; hesitant tentatively
Extreme annoyance; irritation; anger. exasperation
A woman or girl admired for her bravery, great deeds, or noble qualities. heroine
To put to death accoring to the law. executed
To put on; to wear. donned
To put out of sight, hide; to keep secret. concealed
German word meaning to stop. halte
Condition of being deprived; suffering from a lack of basic material and cultural benefits. deprivation
Song of praise, devotion, or patriotism. anthem
A Jewish emblem in which a six-pointed satr is mad of two triangles. Star of David
A symbol that looks much like a cross with arms bent; Symbol of the German army. swastika
Grief caused by death, especially of a loved one. mourning
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