Who It Affects

The holocaust affected an array of people. It affected the Jews, the Poles, the Slavs, and the gypsies. Anyone who wasn't seen desirable to Hitler was also a part of the holocaust such as the homosexuals, the ill, and anyone against Hitlers beliefs.

The After Affect

When the holocaust was over, the Nuremberg trials took place. These trials were meant for Nazi leaders and others that were convicted of war crimes.

The Nuremberg trials were based and emphasized responsibility for the individual. These leaders were punished by either receiving jail time or being executed.

The Jewish homeland demand was increased by these trials.

Terms To Know

Genocide; A purposeful destruction of a specific racial, political, religious, or cultural group.

Final Solution: The German's decision to exterminate all Jewish people.