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Action Reinhard DeathCamps - Belzec!!

Action Reinhard DeathCamps - Belzec!!

The Belzec Death Camp The Belzec death camp was located in the southeastern part of the Lublin District, near Belzec, a small village on the Lublin - Lwow railway line. In early 1940 the Germans set up a number of labour camps in the Belzec district,...

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The Nuremberg Racial Laws

The Nuremberg Racial Laws

The Nürnberg Laws In 1933, although less than 1% of the German population was Jewish. Jews contributed significantly to German culture. Many served in World War I and thought of themselves as Germans first and Jews second. They considered Germany a home;...

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The Eternal Jew!

The Eternal Jew!

Der ewige Jude The "Eternal Jew" or the "Wandering Jew" Nazi propaganda art the "Wandering Jew" The concept of the "Wandering Jew" is far older than National Socialism. It derives from a literary and popular legend, about a Jew who mocked or mistreated...

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Kristallnacht! Night of Broken Glass

Kristallnacht! Night of Broken Glass

Kristallnacht "Night of Crystal" - "Night of Broken Glass" Police outside a Jewish shop What does the word "Kristallnacht" mean? "Kristallnacht" is a German word that consists of two parts: "Kristall" translates to "crystal" and refers to the look of...

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Prelude to the Holocaust

Prelude to the Holocaust

Prelude to Genocide The Holocaust On 10. May 1933, 20.000 books were burnt in the then Opernplatz, later Bebel Platz, adjacent to the Berlin Opera House. Among the authors whose books were burnt were Thomas Mann, Stefan Zweig, Erich Maria Remarque, Heinrich...

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