The Nazi Regime

What the Nazis did at first

the Nazis carried out the first nationwide,planned action against them: a boycott of Jewish businesses. Nazi spokesmen claimed the boycott was an act of revenge against both German Jews and foreigners, including U.S and English journalists, who had criticized the Nazi Regime. on the day of the boycott, storm troopers stood menacingly in front of Jewish owned shops. the six pointed "star of David" was painted in yellow and black across thousands of doors and windows. signs were posted saying "don't buy from Jews" and "the Jews are our misfortune."

In 1945, the word has taken on a new and horrible meaning: the mass murder of some 6 million European Jews(as well as members of some of the other persecuted groups, such as gypsies and homosexuals) by the German Nazi regime during the second world war. to the anti-Semitic Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Jews were an inferior race, an alien threat to German racial purity and community. after years of Nazi rule in Germany, during which Jews were consistently persecuted, Hitlers "final solution"-now known as the holocaust- came to fruition under the cover of world war, with mass killings centers constructed in the concentration camps of occupied Poland.

Some of the Nazi Influencers: Gunter d'alquen,ludolf von alvensleben, max amann,benno von arent

this was a time of great depression for germany

Some of the places Jews went

This is a world war 2 has chamber in the 1940's. if the jews were not fit for working, they would be sent to these gas chambers to "shower" in reality it was mustard gas pouring out of the shower heads.